New Vega

Their music strays from the trends which have plagued recent bands, and with their self-proclaimed progressive sound, New Vega provides a fresh take on indie music. The guitar tones and synth beds serve the songs well, giving color to the quieter, reflective vocals. On the acoustic-driven track, Stop Signs and Silhouettes, New Vega shows a dynamic simplicity which sounds suitable for a relaxing evening. The song drew me in with its initial, bare bones approach, and deepened into a full band track without getting boring or repetitive.

For a newer band with a interesting sound, New Vega is certainly on the right track.

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