Hear It First! Vaudeville Etiquette Delivers New Alt-Country Tune, "Oh'

Wendy Geller
Yahoo MusicMarch 31, 2014


Fleetwood Mac have just announced a new tour, and if you haven't been lucky enough to score tickets, here's a new band you might want to check out instead. Alt-country sensations Vaudeville Etiquette have been compared to the '70s icons, and have even been known to occasionally cover the classic "Rumours" in its entirety during shows.

Yahoo Music is pleased to offer a first listen to a track from the band's debut album, "Debutantes & Dealers," which arrives April 15. Check out "Oh" and see if it feeds your vibe!

"’Oh’ is a potential love song. It points to the prospects of love instead of singing back to it in hindsight. It’s a courting song, about asking someone for a chance and showing them how good it could be if they would jump," explains co-vocalist Tayler Lynn. "We wanted to strip down the composition of this song because it's really about stripping yourself raw and asking to be loved, flaws and all."

"As for its sound, we have so many driving rhythms on our album, 'Oh' is our chance to breathe and get a bit vulnerable. We omitted the drums and tracked a lot of it live. If you listen closely, you can hear the upright bass creaking like an old ship, and that’s the intimate imagery we wanted to conjure; like you're bunked in the belly of a boat writing love letters by candlelight."

For more information on Vaudeville Etiquette, or to keep up with their schedule, visit here.