Vita and the Woolf is going on tour and bringing the limited edition Pretty Boys tape with them

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Vita and the Woolf | Photo by Hope Helmuth for WXPN | hopehelmuth.com
Vita and the Woolf | Photo by Hope Helmuth for WXPN | hopehelmuth.com

Philly electropop outfit Vita and the Woolf kicks off its North American tour next Thursday. Frontwoman Jennifer Pague has been making dreamy pop music since 2012, matching her haunting vocals and ethereal synthetic beats with live drummer Adam Shumski and, more recently, guitarist Dane Galloway. This month-long run with Rasputina will be their first full U.S. tour, and to celebrate, they’re brining a taste of their long-in-the-making new album Tunnels.

The group will have a limited-edition tour-only EP called Pretty Boys available at this run of shows that will include the songs “Brett,””Qiet” and “Springtime Foxes,” as well as a remix of “Brett” by UK artist Maps. The EP will only be available at shows, and if you don’t have a cassette player, fear not — it comes with a digital download.

The tour kicks off at Boot and Saddle on Thursday, October 6th; tickets and more information on the show can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar. Below, listen to a couple tracks from the EP and check out Vita and the Woolf’s fall tour poster by Kevin Boylan. Tunnels is due out in early 2017.

Vita and the Woolf tour poster by Kevin Boylan | via facebook.com/VitaAndTheWoolf

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