CHOIR VANDALS Premiere New Song “Monsters”

Choir Vandals
Choir Vandals

Some might not consider St. Louis, Missouri a hotbed for captivating music, yet CHOIR VANDALS are among a new crop of bands from the city challenging such a notion.  Their brand of alternative / indie rock caught the attention of many with the release of the impressive Darker Things EP in late 2013 and the momentum hasn’t let up since. Soon after their debut surfaced, the band signed with 6131 Records and began crafting what would becoming their sophomore effort At Night, an EP with four songs that all equally merit notice for their great songwriting and brooding catchiness.


The band teamed with Wondering Sound to premiere the opening track to At Night, entitled “Monsters”, which can be heard the link below.


Stream CHOIR VANDALS “Monsters” via Wondering Sound:


CHOIR VANDALS are currently on tour alongside In Between and will be supporting Dads and Tiny Moving Parts on their Fall U.S. tour in November. Dates are listed below.


At Night by CHOIR VANDALS will be released on October 28th, 2014 via 6131 Records.



At Night tracklist:

1. Monsters

2. Medicate

3. At Night and In The Rain

4. Watch


Tour Dates:

08/04 Mesa, AZ @ Mesa Underground *

08/05 Van Nuys, CA @ White Oak *

08/06 Fresno, CA @ The CYC *

08/07 Reno, NV @ Ft. Ryland *

08/08 Twin Falls, ID @ TBA *

08/09 Idaho Falls, ID @ The Sickhouse *

08/10 Salt Lake City, UT @ Kafeneio *

08/12 Ft. Collins, CO @ Art Lab *

08/13 Kansas City, MO @ The Sandbox *

11/03 Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald’s Downstairs +

11/04 Austin, TX @ Mohawk +

11/05 Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey +

11/07 Tucson, AZ @ Gary’s Place +

11/08 Scottsdale, AZ @ Pub Rock Live +

11/10 Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction +

11/11 Los Angeles, CA @ EchoPlex +

11/12 San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of The Hill +

11/14 Portland, OR @ Slabtown +

11/15 Seattle, WA @ Vera Project +

11/17 Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court +


* w/ In Between

+ w/ Dads, Tiny Moving Parts

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