Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


Sounds like

The Temper Trap, Cold War Kids, Kings Of Leon


band members

James Vann (20) - Guitar/Lead Vocals, Tom Switlek (20) - Bass Guitar, Lachlan Jones (21) - Drums


Influences

The Temper Trap, Foals, Kings of Leon, Big Scary, Cold War Kids


Website

www.thevanns.com.au/

Bio

The Vanns are Jimmy Vann (Vocals & Guitar), Lachlan Jones (Drums) and Tom Switlek (Bass).

'Sunday To Sunday' is the latest single from Australian indie alt rockers The Vanns.

Recorded and produced by Nathan Sheehy (Dune Rates / Blue Juice), 'Sunday To Sunday' has all the catchy pop rock elements of a classic Vanns tune, a jump up and down shout out loud sing it to your mates killer.

The song is part of a forthcoming EP to be released in early 2016.

'Sunday To Sunday' is out now via Inertia.

Hailing from the New South Wales town of Kiama, The VANNS deliver an infectious salty mash of earthy pop and indie rock.

The 'Sunday To Sunday' tour will take in over 25 shows and span from the Sunshine Coast of Queensland to Perth in WA, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and New South Wales, and includes a number of All Ages shows. For a full list of gigs visit www.thevanns.com.au

The Vanns continue to relentlessly tour Australia in their own right and also share stages with the likes of Sticky Fingers, The Delta Riggs, Kingswood, The Griswolds, Jinja Safari, Dappled Cities, Northeast Party House and many more.

Come and say gday to the boys out on the road.

Review

Reviewed by Dan Buhagiar Dan Buhagiar

03 May 2012

Triple J
30

This sounds like it's been whipped up in a big indie-pop kitchen. There's a dash of afro-pop, a pinch of rock guitar, some special-blend rhythm section and a big serve of soulful vocal melodies. A great first serve from a young band.

This sounds like it's been whipped up in a big indie-pop kitchen. There's a dash of afro-pop, a pinch of rock guitar, some special-blend rhythm section and a big serve of soulful vocal melodies. A great first serve from a young band.

Review

Reviewed by Sarah Howells Sarah Howells

25 May 2012

Triple J
40

Oooh, I like this tune. It's got that rootsy swagger on the vocals and a lovely indie sound aswell. Nice!

Oooh, I like this tune. It's got that rootsy swagger on the vocals and a lovely indie sound aswell. Nice!

Review

Reviewed by Lewi McKirdy Lewi McKirdy

09 May 2012

Triple J
40

For a young singer your voice is quite hoarse. It's wispy and gentle and lovely to listen too, particularly behind the neat grit of the riffs. Any radio edits around?

For a young singer your voice is quite hoarse. It's wispy and gentle and lovely to listen too, particularly behind the neat grit of the riffs. Any radio edits around?