Listen: Liverpool’s The Vryll Society channel ‘Andrei Rublev’ on sprawling new single

Liverpool’s The Vryll Society channel ‘Andrei Rublev’ on sprawling new single

The five-piece’s debut album is coming out later this summer.

Liverpool five-piece The Vryll Society are set to release their debut album this summer, and have shared another teaser of the record.

‘Andrei Rublev’ channels the Russian artist (and more specifically the 1960s arthouse film of the same name) into something huge.

Beginning as a hazy slice of dream-pop, the track gathers momentum across its length, and by its finish becomes a sprawling rock song, punctuated by a sky-reaching guitar solo which fully justifies its inclusion, unlike so many.

The band’s debut album is still to get a release date, but is expected this summer. They will play a set at Brighton’s annual showcase The Great Escape next month, alongside a hometown show as part of the Liverpool International Music Festival in July.

View the dates and listen to ‘Andrei Rublev’ below.

MAY
18-19 Brighton, The Great Escape

JULY
21 Liverpool International Music Festival

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