VEAUX Shares Bustling Pop Gem “You Won’t Say That”

“Approaching your thirties while being in the music industry has been an interesting journey,” VEAUX admits. “Life isn’t quite what we thought it would be, and while that may sound discouraging, we’re actually very excited to sing about it and let people into our world on a deeper level. This song is us grappling with the idea that our peers are now exiting their first marriages—that used to be a thing old people talked about and now it’s us.”

Bustling with electropop energy that’s big on head and heart, The Nashville-based synthpop outfit premiered their contemplative new single on Friday ahead of their forthcoming 2020 Mixtape and national headlining tour.

The brainchild of members Aaron Wagner, Andrew Black, and Dominic Wagner, VEAUX was known as Medic in a past life— an indie rock-focused group that played alongside the likes of Blondie, Miike Snow, The Fray, and Dinosaur Jr. But a move from Colorado to Music City came with a rebrand and some refocus as the trio decided to take a more pop-heavy, and coincidentally, more existential route.

As VEAUX, the group has made a name for themselves with a few previously released singles, earning sync placements with the likes of MTV and ABC, but at the center of the recognition comes a newfound truth that never seemed to manifest in their previous incarnation.

“A few of the songs we put out in our first year of being in a band didn’t quite capture the three of us in the way we needed it to, although I think we learned a lot,” the band agrees. “With this song, and the songs to come, we’ve worked hard to keep the pop sensibilities and also be three guys in a room playing music.”

“You Won’t Say That” is available now via SoundCloud, Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, Tidal, Deezer, and Google Play.

VEAUX Tour Dates

2/6 – Hi Tone – Memphis, TN

2/7 – Vino’s – Little Rock, AR

2/8 – The Vanguard – Tulsa, OK

2/9 – The Rino – Kansas City, MO

2/11 – FUBAR – St. Louis, MO

3/19 – Skylark Social Club – Charlotte, NC

3/20 – Lucy Lane – Richmond, VA

3/21 – The Barbary – Philadelphia, PA

3/22 – Kingsland – Brooklyn, NY

3/24 – Stamps – Tonawanda, NY

3/25 – Grog Shop – Cleveland, OH

3/28 – Urban Artifact – Cincinnati, OH

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