Formed in 2010, most hated ever since.
“Rizz & Matt brought clipped guitar riffs set to cinematic melodies and cut with crisp and supremely lyrical vocals. Their performance had a mature streak that is the hallmark of well-versed musicians. On stage VOWWS are demure and restrained, and their music is emotionally potent, a self-possessed and – dare I say – cherished insanity reminiscent of the late Cornell’s Black Hole Sun.”
Live review by Spill Magazine
“Choir Boy” was what the kids calledsinger/songwriter Adam Kloppin his early teens when hefrontedpunk cover bands in Cleveland, Ohio. An intended insult, the label seemed fair and fitting in a way, given Klopp’s religious upbringingand angelic voice.After high school, Adam left Ohio for college in Utah. While his career as a student would prove short-lived, he integrated into Provo and SLC’s underground music and art scene, left religion behind, and called his new band “Choir Boy”.
“It seemed funny to me as sort of a comical reclamation of the mocking title I received from “punk” peers as a teen. While serving as a weird reflection of my childhood and musical heritage.
”Since Choir Boy’s gorgeous debut LP on Team Loverecords in 2016, the dream-pop outfit has gaineda cult following online and in underground circles. Adam’s stunning vocal range, layered compositions, and heartbreaking melodies are backed by musical partner ChazCostelloon bass (Fossil Arms, Sculpture Club, Human Leather) -and along with a rotating cast of players, create the perfect blend of nostalgia-laced romantic pop music we’ve been waiting years to hear.
Dais is proud to announce the new single“Sunday Light” b/w“Madeline”. The new songs are a continuation of the strong compositions and songwriting evident on last year’s album, and a showcase of Choir Boy’s musical talent.
“Sunday Light” is a coming of age story, and touches on the frightening aspects of religion, ritual, and secrecy through the eyes of someone discovering the truth behind the door for the first time. Strong vocals soar throughout the composition, reaching dizzyingheights and diving into low and commanding tones, backed with strings and reverbed keys –it makes formajestic, but haunted nostalgia.
“Madeline” is the quintessential B-side heartbreaker –“…a pessimistic commentary to an accumulative experience with love and romance. Ranging from memories of young love to hopelessness in adult relationships”, this ballad impresses with beautiful and delicate arrangements, the slow motion soundtrack for a hopeless young romance.