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Vectralux Welcome Each Morning and the Morning Thereafter

Like their name, the Atlanta indie pop-rockers have a sound that's vaguely familiar.

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Vectralux embrace the familiar and the unknown with equal vigour on their adventurous new album Each Morning and the Morning Thereafter — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

What happens when inspiration is lost? Where does one find it? Atlanta songwriter/guitarist Hannibal Heredia turns the inspiration of an unexpected new journey in love and life into masterful hook-laden indie rock parables that explore the question: How does one stay whole and smiling when leaving one life for another? Also featuring Dan Barker, Kelly Shane and Andy Tegethoff, Vectralux wield prodigious musicianship to craft artful, genre- and era-crossing indie-pop/rock that sounds both familiar and brand new.

Vectralux say their name is “a made-up word that sounds strangely familiar.” Like the band’s name, Each Morning and the Morning Thereafter also sounds like something you’ve heard before. Stuffed with upbeat, hook-laden indie-pop songs, the record effortlessly blends classic rock, alternative rock, and new wave influences. Yet it is still a cohesive and original affair. Each Morning and the Morning Thereafter maintains a lyrical and melodic theme across whatever influences show up in the individual songs. The band recorded the tracks at home (Wit’s End Studios) and had producer Dan Dixon (The Constellations, PLS PLS) mix and master the tracks. The result is a an album tracked to create a cohesive listening experience built on a foundation of genuine songs from the songwriters.

Listen to Each Morning and the Morning Thereafter below, and familiarize yourself with Vectralux at their website, Facebook and Instagram.