The Marble Vanity release s/t debut LP today, 6/19

It seems to be a sort of unofficial release week here in Chicago, and the surge of fresh wax coming through the city isn’t showing any signs of letting up — and we couldn’t be happier about it. Today brings us the killer debut LP from chamber pop outfit, The Marble Vanity.

The self-titled effort, released on Chicago’s Slow Fizz Records, would have no issue fitting in alongside the UK and US baroque rock of the 1960’s. With a few well-placed hand claps, The Marble Vanity manage to tap into the vibe of greats like the Mamas & the Papas. For all the proof you’ll need, take a listen to the LP’s lead track, “Autumn Woods”.

Grab the details of the release as well as where you can pick up your vinyl copy of The Marble Vanity, below.

Started as a project among friends, The Marble Vanity, is made up of members of Cococoma, Hollows, and The Hipshakes. On top of traditional instrumentation, Hollow’s Emma Hospelhorn adds flute, piano, and harpsichord to the sunny psychedelic mix. Even with specific inspiration and intended homage, The Marble Vanity manages to bring their own distinct groove to the new set of tracks.

You can order your copy of The Marble Vanity’s s/t LP on vinyl for just $12 in a number of local record shops or online through Slow Fizz Records website. While you’re there, grab yourself a copy of the 7” single, “You Can’t Step On A Rainbow” for only $7.

Tracklisting:
Prelude
Autumn Woods
You’re Older Now
Assemble
What Could Go Wrong
The Hole Is Filling In
I Don’t Know Where I End
Simian Stares
The Snow Falls
Nothing Left
Cypress, Emerald and Fir
In Conclusion

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