Alt pop/rock quartet straight outta Denver, Vermillion Road, captures the ghost town vibes that clashes with your YOLO desires in the after party in their new single “Only One.” While this track sounds something that the DJ would spin during the peak hours of the party, it is also something that you would spin afterwards. It’s got the blood-pumping hooks that possesses your body on the dancefloor, but also expresses the lingering frustrations that comes with being in a deserted place. Yes, you’ll be blasting this until the last person leaves and next morning while eating your burrito to soak all the alcohol:
“‘Only One’ is a song about waking up in a haze after a crazy party, only to discover that everyone is gone and you’re all alone in a stranger’s house wondering what happened the night before.” shared guitraist Hunter Heurich.
Aside from Hunter, Vermillion Road is comprised of Will Robinson (vocals), Logan Hilleman (drums), and Gil Leyva (bass). This is nothing related with their music, but apparently Hunter and Will have synesthesia, meaning that certain sounds trigger the visualization of certain colors. Anyways, backs to the music – Vermillion Road have already been building buzz across the US by touring with Vans Warped Tour and playing at the Coors Light Westword Musiic Festival in Denver. They are preparing to release their EP this year, so stay tuned.
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