Vectralux have recorded an assortment of highly listenable songs on their debut album. If you are a fan of rock ‘n’ roll, you may just love this, as the band are clearly fans of rock ‘n’ roll. You can hear such influences as The Who (“Hidden Days”), The Cars (“Almost Whenever Now”), and The Rolling Stones – “Woo hoo! Woo hoo!” – on the excellent closer “With Grace (I Walk In).”
"These songs are well structured, with shifts in keys and passages that keep the momentum going on 11 cuts. There are no lulls; the music has overt pop aspirations but lives up to it, and the quartet even manages a hit or two that would be difficult for most anyone to disparage."
"Each Morning and the Morning Thereafter surges indie-pop and alt-rock energy, alluring rhythms, and delicious, compelling vocals."
"Horns on some of the songs and keys all around make me feel like this one could be from that era where singers felt like their future was so bright they had to wear shades.... With melodies ranging from the Beach Boys to The Beatles this album is sure to stand out for you"
"After several listens, I definitely feel like the band is uniquely their own thing, but their brand of pop-rock is the type of pop rock that bands like Travis, REM, or That Thing You Do‘s Oneders exemplify. Jangly, bright, happy, and fun, their sound is easy to consumer, but not without depth."
"As is their mantra, apparently, all the songs on Each Morning…have a hint of something recognizable paired with something all the band’s own... Heredia’s lyrics were inspired by his own personal journey but, in true Vectralux style, their content is familiar to anyone who’s been a human for a while: relatable and familiar but also personal."
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