DEAS VAIL TO KICK OFF OH CHRISTMAS TOUR WITH NEW HOLIDAY EP FOR SHEPHERDS & KINGS OUT TODAY

NEW SELF TITLED RELEASE AVAILABLE NOW

BAND KICKS OFF OH CHRISTMAS TOUR

Just in time to bring the holiday spirit to a club near you, Deas Vail is excited to kick off a trek of November / December dates with Sick of Sarah and Now, Now deemed the Oh Christmas Tour (dates below), with their new four track holiday EP For Shepherds & Kings It includes the classics “Do You Hear What I Hear?”, “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen”, a live version of “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” and “Coventry Carol”, out today.  The bands new self titled full release also out now on Mono vs Stereo, produced by Relient K guitarist and Mono Vs Stereo A&R Matthew Hoopes.

Get For Shepherds & Kingshere:

AmazonMp3.com –  http://amzn.to/dvcmasaz

iTunes –  http://bit.ly/dvcmasit

Following up their 2009 release Bird’s & Cages the new self-titled album is 12 songs that Substream Music Press calls “straight-ahead indie-pop glory” filled  with sweeping melodies and textured layers of guitars and keyboards fronted by singer Wes Blaylock’s wailing vocals match only by the band’s poetic songwiting.

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Deas Vail’s Oh Christmas Tour:

11/29                     Beat Kitchen                      Chicago, IL

11/30                     Cicero’s                                 University City, MO

12/1                        Record Bar                          Kansas City, MO

12/2                       Redimate Coffee               Madison, WI

12/3                       Latitude 44                         Sioux Falls, SD

12/4                       Hi Dive                                 Denver, CO

12/6                       Kilby Court                   Salt Lake City, UT

12/7                       The Venue                          Boise, ID

12/8                       El Corozan                           Seattle, WA

12/10                     Branx                                    Portland, OR

12/13                     Roxy                                      West Hollywood, CA

12/14                     Soda Bar                              San Diego, CA

12/15                     The Underground            Mesa, CA

12/17                     The Door                              Dallas, TX

12/18                     The Marquee                      Tulsa, OK

12/19                     Revolution Room             Little Rock, AR

www.monovsstereo.com

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