Debut album from Australian punk band RVG drawing on an array of influences from Echo and the Bunnymen, The Psychedelic...
https://driftrecords.com/products/rvg-a-quality-of-mercy866283978799RVG - A Quality of Mercy//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0161/8690/products/FP16732_large.jpg?v=1529073264//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0161/8690/products/FP16732_medium.jpg?v=152907326411.99GBPInStockRVGEverything In Stock at DriftFat PossumGoogle 2018Indie & AlternativeIndie Record Shop ExclusiveRVGDebut album from Australian punk band RVG drawing on an array of influences from Echo and the Bunnymen, The Psychedelic Furs, and The Go Betweens. A Quality of Mercy is made up of Eight songs. Classic songs. Songs recorded by the band, live off the floor, at Melbourne’s iconic rock’n’roll pub, The Tote. Songs that leant on the band’s heroes —the Go-Betweens, the Soft Boys, the Smiths— whilst never sounding like homage or pastiche. Songs hitting that sweet spot between light and dark, employing guitars both angular and jangling.
+ Indie shop pressing on white vinyl.
Songs passionately sung by Romy Vager, the eponymous leader of a band once called, in full, Romy Vager Group. All of the songs on A Quality Of Mercy find Vager trying to move beyond ego, beyond the simple confessional of the songwriter, hoping to find perspective on both world and self. In such, these songs are at once personal and universal, intimate and grand, timely and timeless. They’re classic songs. And there’s eight of them. Adding up to a perfectly-formed debut that says so much, yet gets out in under half-an-hour.
1. A Quality of Mercy 2. Cause and Effect 3. IBM 4. Heart Paste 5. The Eggshell World 6. Vincent Van Gogh 7. Feral Beach 8. That's AllFat PossumIndie & Alternative2018-06-15