Vogue Villains ‘Let The Wrong One In’ : A walk into a circus of dreams and alt-rock darkness.

Vogue Villains / Cover art: Jerome Tiunayan

“‘Let The Wrong One In’ is simply about being so in touch with your own reality and possible existential challenges that make believe anxieties and nightmares no longer scare you,” said Vogue Villains. “A good problem to have but you have to catch yourself when you begin to let negative thoughts get in the way of your own growth.”

In the summer of 2017, the small town Canadian rock band Vogue Villains was formed. They play live with a big sound and a raw energy, while also having a humorous stage presence that goes hand in hand with their tongue in cheek original music and lyrical sensibilities. Set on making music that sounded unique and yet was not afraid to wear its influences on its sleeves, (Queens Of The Stone Age, Mother Mother, Billy Talent, Arctic Monkeys, Mini Mansions, Etc.) they have taken an alt-rock stance with catchy melodies and multipart harmonies as their M.O.

In’ Let The Wrong One In’ they certainly have.

With a hook guitar riff that surprises and delights, the single is a walk into a circus of dreams and alt-rock darkness. But with fascinating harmonies and light hearted taunts, the single drives home with angst and solidarity.

It’s fun time to the max.

Vogue Villains is: Andrew Baskin (Lead Vox, Bass), Lucas Antoni (Lead Vox, Guitar), Nate Cox (Drums, Vox) and Rob Johnston (Guitar, Keyboard, Percussion).


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