Musically, people interested in acts like Depeche Mode, Information Society, and, well, Cause and Effect, will find great solace in the songs’ evocative sonic and vocal landscape. The confident wistfulness of “The Long Goodbye” is a particular standout for me. I think you’ll absolutely love this song (and the whole EP, really). – Vehlinggo
Ahead of VH x RR’s release of The Long Goodbye, their debut EP on Lakeshore Records, the duo has premiered the lyric video to the song exclusively on Vehlinggo! Furthermore, Vehlinggo offers further details on the genesis of the album and the involvement of a mastering engineer and music producer who has worked with some of the music industry’s biggest bands and artists, such as the GRAMMY®-nominated Tycho. The article is a must-read for those who want to learn more about VH x RR.
If you’ve been following Soundtracks, Scores and More, then you may have noticed their previous song premiere, “Calm Down Lover” which debuted last month. What do you think of the songs so far? Leave your comments below.
Lakeshore Records will release The Persistence of Memory digitally on Friday, June 12, 2020.
Get ready for the second coming of synthwave duo VH x RR (Kent “Von” Hertzog and Rob Rowe). Their forthcoming EP, Persistence of Memory, inspired by the ideas behind the episode, “Persistence of Memory” from Carl Sagan’s iconic PBS Series, “Cosmos,” the album how our personal and collective intelligence is important to nostalgia.
The five-track EP is expected to release next month on Lakeshore Records. Stay tuned for more album details. In the meantime, take advantage of Bandcamp’s fundraiser for artists, in which Bandcamp waives their revenue share and artists on Bandcamp receive 100% of their revenue on May 1.