The VEHICLES sound is cinematic yet simple, dark yet hopeful. The guitars sing while keyboards change moods atop the bass and drums banging a thick foundation of bump. The vocals soar and rest like a flock of cranes in migration flight.
"This album is our “pilot” so to speak - since this is our debut album. Pilot covers a variety of themes we experience in modern day: frustrations with social media, existential dread, finding yourself in an age of mass information and algorithms, capitalism, introspection, and nostalgia." - HYOOMAN
An eye-opening listen designed to let you experience the world seen through the eyes of a person fighting with mental issues. The album won't be available on streaming services. Instead, you're free to check it out on his Bandcamp. There will also be a limited run of vinyl of this album with a total of 200 copies. That will be released in May this year and is currently available for preorder.
"My hope with this song is that the listener feels empowered to rise above any challenges they encounter, whether those challenges are derived from within themselves or from others." - Clifford
This limited edition EP will be available here since today until April 8th, and it includes a fantastic collection of rare tracks that will NEVER see the light of day again. So please, get your copy. The artists are giving the EP for a minimum donation of $5 (or pounds) but hope that the fans are much more generous.
This single is the debut single off his upcoming album "Cruise Control", and it was recorded in a span of 14 days in The Brother's Nylon analog studio in Long Island, NY, on a reel-to-reel player in 2021. The album will have an exclusive release on vinyl (which is already being shipped, so be sure to get it soon!)
"Close to Me" immerses the listener at a nightclub. Its hard hitting beats and synths guarantee that they will feel the need to stand up and dance until they cannot feel their legs no more, as the lyrics suggests.
"Revenge", released on January 17th, is an acoustic rock album housing 9 songs. The release strikes with an easy and rather stripped-back feel, especially in the first song "A Month of Sundays", which begins with acoustic guitar and his mostly spoken vocals, speaking about a divorce through the eyes of a child. The honest, curious and confused thoughts have been put into lyrics in such an endearingly simple way, whilst also making sure to hit straight in the feels.
For a track inspired by boredom, "I'm So Bored" is anything but boring. Clifford's bass and drums pull no punches. They hit us like a truck since the beginning of the track, as they ramp with each passing moment.