LA duo, In The Valley Below, will release their debut EP 'Hymnal' on 1st April through new French indie label Oskar.
In The Valley Below are duo Angela Gail and Jeffrey Jacob from Echo Park in LA who are a new musical pairing delivering hushed swirls of male and female vocals forged with dark stories of brooding riddles and romance.
Their debut EP 'Hymnal' features 3 tracks including title track 'Hymnal', 'Last Soul' and 'Palm Tree Fire'. 'Hymnal' is a darkly warming track that is emotionally instant, 'Last Soul' slowly builds with husky vocals into an addictive chorus and 'Palm Tree Fire' is an edgy track with gritty guitars and teasing vocals that envelopes you into In The Valley Below's world from the onset.
In The Valley Below are currently over in Austin, Texas at the SXSW music festival and will be performing in the UK in April as support to Kodaline.
Full tour dates are below;
4pm Filter Magazine party Lustre Pearl (SXSW)
10.30pm Windish Showcase Red 7 (SXSW)
11pm The Roxy's Austinrox 604 E. 7th
2pm Rhapsody Club Deville (SXSW)
4.55pm Sold Gold party Cheer Up Charlies (SXSW)
7pm Bust Magazine house party 4407 Ave C (SXSW)
11.15am Morning After Party Haus of Hipstamatic (SXSW)
1pm Ooh La La Party Bourbon Girl 212 6th St
1.15am Yamaha Ent Group VEVOtv Room 304 W 4th
UK tour supporting Kodaline:
Sat 23rd Bristol Thekla
Mon 25th Sheffield Leadmill
Thur 28th Nottingham Rescue Rooms
Sun 31st Glasgow King Tut's
Tue 2nd Birmingham Temple, The Institute
Wed 3rd Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
Thu 4th London SCALA
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