Vambo release their single ‘Fast Car’ today (Friday 2 October). The single is taken from their swaggering and powerful self-titled debut, that will get the deluxe treatment when it is re-released on Friday 6 November as “Vambo Deluxe” featuring five bonus tracks. The album is released by Goliath Records, via Universal Music.
The five bonus tracks include “Paradise”, “Mistaken Identity,” “Total Jeopardy,” “Dancing with the Devil (Acoustic)” and a live recording of the Deep Purple classic “Burn.”
The album Vambo Deluxe is released by Goliath Records, via Universal Music and is available to pre-order from www.smarturl.it/1hnbv2
With the addition of five scintillating new tracks, including an exuberant and relentless rendition of one of rock’s great classics, their imaginative artistic style is entirely and unmistakably in the present. Their ability to travel from mighty Purple-esque power to the sheer beauty of an acoustic version of ”Dancing with the Devil” – one of their own power ballads, is outstanding. Vambo have a style and quality that keeps us guessing as to what they’ll come up with next. From this offering, it’s plainly evident that they live without fear in their musical outlook, never shying away from the challenge, providing us with an array of surprises which is both unexpected and refreshing.
The band were recently featured in Classic Rock Magazine in their High Hopes spread. The debut album is steeped in sharp musical intelligence and finds the band in full creative tilt delivering hard-hitting, re-tooled classic rock with a contemporary edge. Vambo are no strangers to the live circuit. They played Download Festival and Isle of Wight Festival in 2019, and they will be touring the UK with Praying Mantis and Cats in Space in 2021.
“We take our inspiration from early 70s hard rock, but we keep our interpretation contemporary – inspired but not copied,” says the band’s frontman and lead singer, Jack Stiles. “We are very big on melody and dynamic, not just shredding guitar solos and ‘check out how fast I can play the drums’. We aren’t that political, our lyrics aren’t super deep and metaphorical, but we can rock as good as anybody. No song on this album is the same… that would be boring.”