POZ Track-By-Track: Vow - Make Me Yours

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If you haven’t listened to Vow yet, now is the time. The band just released a new EP called Make Me Yours via The Native Sound. You can listen to it in full here while reading along to a Track-By-Track we’re happy to be hosting on PropertyOfZack below!

Miles Between
J: Essentially this is a song about having a long-term lust between myself and another individual. It explains that feeling that I got when I hadn’t seen him in a few years, then I ran into him and just knew that the timing is right and we were finally supposed to be together. The “miles between” us didn’t matter anymore.
A: Julia can probably answer the more meaningful aspects of our track but I can definitely fill you in on everything else. With this track I was fresh off of releasing make me young and still had a lot of that vibe left over in my mind and this track definitely wraps up that era for us for now and starts the transition into this newer ‘Make Me Yours’ direction. I just got this new guitar that i bought off a friend and its been inspiring me a ton for this EP. This little chord progression was just the first out of the ol melon when I plugged it in for the first time and ran it through a ton of pedals to get that gnarly sustain for days fuzz tone.

Planks
J: This song lyrically is about falling in love with someone who is addicted to suffering.  This person creates this false chaotic world out of absolutely nothing because that’s what their life has been accustomed to thus far. Being the person who tries to take them out of that is extremely difficult and hard to do without getting dragged down with them. I had to continually tell him that that side of him wasn’t good enough to be apart of who he was growing to become and I was willing to stick by his side through this self-realization of him accepting happiness.
A: For this jam, I didn’t have anything in mind when i started writing this, it was just a cool crunchy and squashed drum loop I made with a simple bass line I didn’t mind hearing over and over again. I kept layering elements in until they developed into their own parts. Clearly was obsessing over that Cocteau style chorus clean guitar sound but blending in the feedback more to give it a more metallic (not the genre of music, more like a shiney piece of chrome and a little too much glare from the sun where you need to squint a little bit) tone. The piano really played an important role in concreting the different parts of this song and definitely is inspiring me to use that timbre a little more in this band. 

Palm
J:  I wrote this song with someone very special to me. Throughout the years time and circumstances had kept us from being together but we really thought we got it right this time. This song is about not letting each other walk away from the relationship when so many signs had finally put us together. You can’t ignore your heart.
A: This was another drum and bass (again, not the genre) start to the song and built on from there. Bass was my first love so its very easy for me to structure an entire song with just a drum machine and bass while still hearing the rest of the parts in my head for what I envision will be on top of it. This was the second song we wrote for this album and was the beginning of this new direction and at this point I wasn’t finding much inspiration in my synths anymore but was having more fun writing the melodies on guitar and manipulating the guitar to sound more like a synth. Kind of an ass backwards way of doing it but I find when you start with a more organic sound source and tweak from there that it creates a more unique sound. I loved the sound for the “synth lead” I got for the chorus’ on this song. Definitely need to refigure out what I did again for that one.

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Out Now: Vow – Make Me Yours 12”EP/ Digital EP

Vow’s Make Me Yours EP is officially out today!The 12”EP/ Digital Single streaming in full at our Bullett Media, in case you want to listen before purchasing, and a companion mixset titled Time Stands Still featuring remixes from Anne, maxm0, Quixotism, a cover of Drake’s “Hold On, We’re Going Home”, and some other tracks is streaming at Exclaim. Our friends at Property Of Zack also have a track-by-track feature on their site. 

The vinyl did hit a bit of a delay at the plant, but should arrive within the next two weeks.

Make Me Yours is available for download at the following outlets:

iTunes 
Amazon  
Bandcamp  
Google Play  

Vinyl details: 
Uncoated jacket, with interior printing
Black inner-sleeves
3MIL poly-bag

Pressing info:
Clear with Pink Splatter – 50
Light Pink – 100
Black – 150

Click here to purchase the 12” vinyl and receive an immediate download of the album

Today’s the day… @vowlosangeles’s sophomore EP, Make Me Yours is out on 12” and digital. Pick it up, and if you live in/ around LA make it out to Broadway Bar tonight for their release show!

Today’s the day… @vowlosangeles’s sophomore EP, Make Me Yours is out on 12” and digital. Pick it up, and if you live in/ around LA make it out to Broadway Bar tonight for their release show!

The good people at bullettmedia.com premiered the full stream of @vowlosangeles’s Make Me Yours EP. Give it a listen before it’s officially out tomorrow!

The good people at bullettmedia.com premiered the full stream of @vowlosangeles’s Make Me Yours EP. Give it a listen before it’s officially out tomorrow!

thevinylgeek:

Really happy this was pressed. Forever proud of koji and everything he does. Also loving the alternative cover, which I believe is a shot koji took in Alaska. If you have never listened to him, please do.
Koji - Some Small Way (1st Press, Ultra Clear /150)

thevinylgeek:

Really happy this was pressed. Forever proud of koji and everything he does. Also loving the alternative cover, which I believe is a shot koji took in Alaska. If you have never listened to him, please do.

Koji - Some Small Way (1st Press, Ultra Clear /150)