Last month Nashville electro-rock group, Vinyl Thief, released Stop Motion. The EP acts as a preview to the band’s upcoming full length, Fathoms, which was recorded after a successful Kickstarter campaign in the summer of 2012.
In support of the EP, the quartet released a live performance music video for the track “Slow Down” filled with all of the pallets and blue/purple light you could ever need. The moody track, led by synth and piano interplay, builds slowly with the help of Grayson Proctor’s vocals to usher in its powerful third act.
You can grab a copy of the Stop Motion EP online for just $7, and if you’re in Nashville tonight, Vinyl Thief will be at The High Watt with Phin and INTL for a hometown show. Doors open at 8:00 PM and tickets to the 18+ show will cost you $7.