Just as Jennifer Pague’s soaring vocals often explode, it’s easy to picture Vita and the Woolf blowing up once their debut LP hits shelves June 16. If the first few singles, like “Feline” and “Sun Drop,” were any indication, Tunnels is sure to take off in few weeks. But, for those in need of a little more convincing, you get one more single to build the hype. This one is called “Super Ranger.”
Prague’s range takes the lead from the get-go, but once the chorus swoops in, a fun melody of synths floods the listener, paired with the booming percussion work of Adam Shumski. It’s as good as you’d expect from the new Vita and the Woolf material, and has the workings, in my opinion, to find a radio audience. This isn’t just some niche electro jam.
Vita and the Woolf next play locally at Firefly Music Festival in Delaware. More details on that can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar. Give “Super Ranger” a listen below.
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