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Vagrants sign with Equal Vision Records

Wednesday, December 05, 2018 2:06 PM PT


Official press release:

Post-hardcore band Vagrants is thrilled to announce that they have signed to Equal Vision Records. Fans can watch the band's video for their latest single, "Clarity," here:


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The song was recorded with Matt McClellan (Being As An Ocean, The Devil Wears Prada, Underoath) and will be featured on the band's forthcoming debut EP, out next year.

On signing with the label, guitarist Jose DelRio shares: "We are extremely honored to join the Equal Vision family and be apart of such a legendary roster of bands, many of which have been influential on us. It's an incredibly humbling feeling to have such amazing people in our corner."

When Vagrants started out of Pensacola, FL in early 2017, the post-hardcore quartet couldn't have imagined how quickly they'd gain momentum in the scene. The group's early releases accrued quick success, touring throughout the southeast region and allowing them to open for established artists for the better part of the year.

Less than two years after releasing breakthrough track "Window Panes," the band have added quite a few notches to their belt-since joining the roster of Equal Vision Records this December, the group made their label debut with new single "Clarity," which shines with the authenticity and grit that set Vagrants apart, giving listeners just a taste of more music soon to come.

Vagrants is Dylan Knapp (vocals), Jose DelRio (guitar/vocals), Anna Hayes (drums) and Jackson Taghon (guitar).


13 comments


anonymous
9 days ago
Equal vision signs to vagrant records

anonymous
9 days ago
signing to a record company in 2018 = giving your streaming rights to weirdos

Get a lawyer.

9 days ago
Lol.


2006 shitty underoath type stuff wants their style back.

anonymous
9 days ago
this would be from florida

anonymous
9 days ago
what the hell is this

anonymous
8 days ago
Space sleeve tattoo guy has the stock wallpaper on his MacBook

anonymous
8 days ago
^ Yeah but enough about your dad wanting more space from you because it became too intense, what do you think of this band

anonymous
8 days ago
What happened to Dan Sandshaw? Did he leave?

anonymous
8 days ago
Stop being such a whore for this shit, Webby.

anonymous
8 days ago
LOL @ Equal Vision Records still existing in 2018.

anonymous
8 days ago
Eighteen Vision Records Signs to Vagrant

anonymous
8 days ago
^ Yeah but enough about your dad wanting more space from you because it became too intense, what do you think of this band

^ band member trying to act tough and then trying to see if anyone likes his band. Full Push

anonymous
5 days ago
Who??