Exclusive: Stream The VANNS' new EP SHAKE THE HAND THAT PICKS THE FIGHT

Exclusive: Stream The VANNS' new EP SHAKE THE HAND THAT PICKS THE FIGHT

The four-piece have also revealed plans for their debut album.

Already having 2 EPs under their belt and following on from the recent release of Harder To Find, NSW-based four-piece The VANNS are rolling EP #3 tomorrow, and we're very chuffed to bring it to you a day early. SHAKE THE HAND THAT PICKS THE FIGHT finds the group in fine form, growing on the past few years experience and showcasing a slightly more mature sound, whlist still maintaining their signature frenetic brand of blues-influenced rock'n'roll.

Jimmy from The VANNS filled us in a little on the EP's genesis:

"We worked with producer/good mate Nathan Sheehy on this EP, we've worked with him for a few years now so it was pumping from the get go. We also adopted our best mate and lead guitarist/keys player Cameron Little as the fourth member during the writing process of the EP, he really brings an extra presence to our music - both recorded and on stage," he says. "Currently, we're writing our debut album with plans to be heading overseas in the near future after plenty of national touring."

Jimmy also revealed the meaning behind that pearler of an EP title: "The EP name is about disguising and turning turning a blind eye from the truth. Trying to shut out what you can't face with temporary reliefs, which we've all done at times - living in a constant high to escape from what's real. It’s the idea that it's easy to throw yourself in the deep end but it's much harder to get out."

Tuck in below before the EP's official release tomorrow, Friday 3 March.

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