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NJ's The Vaughns open for the Gaslight Anthem at Irving Plaza on 06.22

One could say that, with their influences equally split between pop-punk and brainy/noisy indie rock, The Vaughns represent the perfect balance between the most dominant musical inclinations of the Garden State and the Big Apple. But, of course, influences mean nothing if they aren't supported by good and original songwriting, and the Springfield, NJ, quartet can certainly deliver in that department. Their 2017 single Santa Cruz is still their most accomplished track to date, with its pressing arpeggiated chord progression that seems able to build up tension for an indefinite amount of time, and vocalist Anna Lies' borderline casual approach to singing. More recent single "Bring Your Kids to Work Day" (video streaminbg below) is a faster, punkier number dressed with Sonic Youth-style guitar stabs, Blur-worthy "who-oos," culminating into an orgiastic (sonically speaking) grand finale. The band just landed an opening slot for The Gaslight Anthem's show at Irving Plaza on June 22, it should be fun.





The Vaughns kick-off their spring tour 04.26 at Gold Sounds in Brooklyn

The Vaughns are about to have a fun spring.  Led by the euphonious vocals of singer and guitarist Anna Lies, the New Jersey natives have been building steady hype with each sticky new single, and on April 26 they are playing Gold Sounds in Brooklyn to kick-off their spring tour. The quartet has catchy hooks to spare, and used them to capture the hearts of their home state with their 2015 entry tomfoolery, which was nominated for three Asbury Park Music Awards. Now they are ready to share their infectious yet heartfelt brand of indie rock with the rest of the country. The Vaughns will tour the U.S. for fourteen dates and return to NYC May 23 for the final show at Arlene’s Grocery. - Rene Cobar

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