DEAS VAIL’S NEW SELF TITLED RELEASE AVAILABLE NOW

ALTERNATIVE PRESS PREMIERES ACOUSTIC VIDEO

FOR SONG ‘SIXTEEN’

BAND ON TOUR WITH 2 SHOWS AT CMJ

“Are we primed for another indie rock revolution?” asks Amplifier regarding Deas Vail’s new self titled release out now on Mono vs Stereo.  Produced by Relient K guitarist and Mono Vs Stereo A&R Matthew Hoopes. Campus Circle calls it “Soaring Alt-rock” and Absolute Punk says “The band continues to shine” as the band embarks on a club trek with two shows at CMJ.

See the new acoustic video for the song ‘Sixteen’ exclusively at Alternative Press today: http://www.altpress.com/aptv/video/deas_vail_sixteen_acoustic_video

Hailing from Arkansas, Deas Vail is – Wes Blaylock – Vocals, Keys, Laura Blaylock – Keys, Synth, Wes Saunders – Drums, Andy Moore- Guitar and Justin Froning- Bass.

As the follow-up to Deas Vail’s last CD Bird’s & Cages the new release is 12 songs that rise to any occasion with sweeping melodies and textured layers of guitars and keyboards fronted by singer Wes Blaylock’s wailing vocals.

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See them on tour:

Oct 18 Broadway Bar                                                Amityville, NY

Oct 19 Sullivan Hall    (CMJ)                                        New York, NY

Oct 19 Dominion (CMJ)                                              New York, NY

Oct 22 The Space                                                     Hamden, CT

Oct 23 Kingdom                                                        Richmond, VA

Oct 25 McRaney’s Tavern                                           Winter Park, FL

Oct 26 The Orpheum                                                 Ybor City, FL

Oct 27 Propaganda                                                    Lake Worth, FL

Oct 28 Jack Rabbit’s                                                  Jacksonville, FL

More dates to come…

www.deasvail.com

www.monovsstereo.com

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