Vambo release their intensely honest & dynamic new single ‘Why Why Why’ on 14th June, on Goliath Records a new rock label via Universal, to celebrate their inclusion on the Stone Free Festival.
‘Why Why Why’ musically is an ambitious, explosion of anthemic goodness, juxtaposed with some dark lyrics. Vambo‘s classy and original rock ‘n’ roll that will grip the listener from the very first hearing and simply refuse to let go.
Enigmatic front man Jack Stiles explains “‘Why Why Why‘ deals with “a very manipulative and toxic relationship. Nothing more, nothing less.”
The video created a local furore with religious groups ‘We had to find some kind of structure that I could be chained to. So being the handymen that me and Pete are,we built a 12 foot cross. We did a fine job, but upon completion, we realised we had nowhere to store it before the shoot. So the only option was we to leave it on my parents front driveway for neighbours and passes by to see. Now I’m not saying they looked like they were the new church in town, or part of a religious cult, but there were people stopping, reciting the lords prayer and lighting candles. And for that week, they were the rated number one religious attraction in the Epsom area by TripAdvisor.”
On 17th June Vambo join The Scorpions, Megadeth and Yes, on The Stone Free Festival line up at the London O2 Arena and this will give the audience the opportunity to witness live the sonic impact of their show. Vambo know the value of a good tune and with their unique, incendiary blend of rocked out rhythms, scorching solos and lung-busting blues laden soulful vocals are always guaranteed to gain new fans.
Currently working on their debut album album and with more dates being lined up 2018 promises to be very good year for Vambo and fans of honest rock’n’roll.
Vambo live shows….more shows to be announced soon
17 Stone Free Festival London
Big Entrance Stage at 3pm
30 The Cavern Freehouse London
07 Daxtonbury Festival Podington, Northants
14 Wellofest 18 Nottingham
09 Hard Rock Hell Pwllheli, United Kingdom
Jack Stiles (vocals)
Pete Lance (guitar)
James Scott (bass)
Steve Price (drums)