On April 21 Estonian alternative rock trio’s “Sibyl Vane” new album hit the stores in Baltics. Album presentation tour kicks off from Riga and Vilnius next week.
Sibyl Vane self-titled second album will be available on vinyl, CD and digitally. Album containing ten tracks will be released under courtesy of Latvian indie label I Love You who was behind releasing Sibyl Vane’s debut five years ago. Album presentations in this spring and summer will take place all three Baltic countries. To make this day even more special the band released brand new video single “No 44” on their social media channels.
“This is truly happy day for us and we are glad that the album that fans have been waiting for so long, is finally available,” says bands singing guitarist Helena Randlaht.
The man behind I Love You Records, Bruno Roze states that Sibyl Vane’s new one has been worth of waiting.
“Obviously Sibyl Vane second album has had a long way to listeners and there could have been even more than one album through these five years, but it definitely has been worth waiting for those ten selected songs. We are really happy about the result and looking forward to see how the audience responds. My you suggestion is that if they are playing around go and see them it is worth every cent and minute you spend,” says Roze.
Sibyl Vane album presentation tour starts already next week from Riga and heading then to Vilnius. Information about all the upcoming dates in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia are available on band’s Facebook site.
Alternative rock trio Sibyl Vane started their journey in 2010. After several successful appearances in competitions and Tallinn Music Week they signed deal with I Love You Records. Debut album “Love, Holy Water & TV” was released in 2012. They played over 100 shows in Baltics, Scandinavia and even Poland, UK and Ukraine to support their album. Over the years they have become they have grown strong reputation as a loud and powerful live band.
Album presentations in April, May and June:
27.04 – Riga (LV)
28.04 – Vilnius (LT)
29.04 – Kaunas (LT)
05.05 – Daugavpils (LV)
06.05 – Jelgava (LV)
12.05 – Tallinn (EST)
13.05 – Pärnu (EST)
19.05 – Rakvere (EST)
20.05 – Tartu (EST)
03.06 – Kapa Rock (EST)
09.06 – Žiežmarsas festival (LT)
10.06 – Liepaja (LV)
For further information please visit: fb.com/sibylvaneband.