Birds and Cages proves to be that magnificent follow-up fans were looking for. Anyone that hasn’t taken the chance to hear what this band is all about should take this as an opportunity to discover that talent that hides within a cage —Absolute Punk,

Hailing from Russellville, AR—Deas Vail have just released their Mono vs Stereo debut, their sophomore full length album Birds & Cages out now at all digital outlets and set for a physical release street of January 26, 2010.  The band will prove to be unstoppable with endless touring well into 2010, first off is a 20-city trek with Owl City kicking off on January 21 (full list of dates below.)   “Interesting melodies and incredible vocal control” – The Interlude.com

With 1 full length and 2 EP’s already under their belt, Deas Vail mixes up a unique blend of indie-rock with Wes Blaylock’s distinctive upper register range and falsetto joined by the unfailingly sharp and frenetic guitar work of Andy Moore, then add in the hauntingly melodic sounds from keyboardist Laura Blaylock and the driving and cunning rhythm section of drummer Kelsey Harelson and bassist Justin Froning you get the original sound that only Deas Vail creates.   “an album that sets a standard of excellence. Birds and Cages is a dynamic release that features rich melodies, soaring vocals, and dramatic piano arrangements. Fans of Death Cab for Cutie and Mae will appreciate what these emo-indie rockers have to offer” –Bite Me Music + Fashion

Deas Vail’s Birds & Cages is the second release from the newly revived record label, Mono vs. Stereo, a partnership between Gotee Records and Relient K.

With Owl City 1/21                 Beaumont Club                                  Kansas City, MO
1/22                 Diamond Ballroom                            Oklahoma City, OK
1/23                 The Pageant                                       St Louis, MO
1/24                Egyptian Room                                  Minneapolis, MN
1/26                 Majestic Theater                                 Madison, WI
1/27                 20th Century Theater                        Cincinnati, OH
1/28                 Newport Music Hall                           Columbus, OH
1/29                 Rector                                                 Towson, MD
1/30                Norva                                                  Norfolk, VA
2/1                   Music Farm                                        Charleston, SC
2/2                  Freebird Live                                      Jacksonville, FL
2/3                  State Theater                                      St Petersburg, FL
2/4                  Culture Room                                    Ft Lauderdale, FL
2/5                  House Of Blues                                  Orlando, FL
2/6                  The Melting Pot                                  Athens, GA
2/8                  WorkPlay Theater                              Birmingham, AL
2/9                  Varsity Theater                                   Baton Rouge, LA
2/10                Revolution Music Room                    Little Rock, AR

www.deasvail.com

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www.monovsstereo.com

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