Ciao Ketchup Recordings

The Vultures

The Vultures

The Vultures are an evenly split male/female sextet whose members descended on the capital from five countries spanning three continents. Comprising three-part vocals, cello, violin, viola, bass and drums, the band bonded over a shared belief that rock’n’roll has become stiflingly dull. The Vultures are anything but, eschewing guitars, synths and digitalism in favour of intense in-the-flesh performance. Their songs' sinister subject matter may have lured a largely gothic fanbase (as well as such luminaries as Yoko Ono), but The Vultures' soundscape is sketched from a broad palette, encompassing influences from Bjork to Blondie, Serge Gainsbourg to The Pixies, and resulting in innovative and impassioned alternative song.

A crazy beast to behold… left me open-mouthed and speechless - Artrocker

Already creating ripples, The Vultures’ dark yet uplifting sound is one you’ll be hearing much more of - Louder Than War

The Vultures show musicality reminiscent of groups such as the Velvets or Floyd, but have their feet firmly in the 21st-century - Theatre International

Baroque country-pop with a deep gothic leaning, The Vultures sound like Johnny Cash got kidnapped by Andrew Eldritch and tied to the bed round Burt Bacharach's gaff - Bugbear Bookings

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The Vultures Three Mothers part 2

Three Mothers (part 2)

The Vultures Suicide


The Vultures Weakest Storm

Weakest Storm / French Vlad

The Vultures 3motherspart1

Three Mothers (part 1)

The Vultures Vlad

Cancer / Vlad