Teething Veils were recently interviewed for Brazil's The Blog that Celebrates Itself. The band discusses their song-making process, origins, and favorite things, among other topics. Have a look!
DCist's Alex Tebeleff wrote on the title song from Teething Veils' new album "Constellations." Have a look:
"It would be easy to simply call this track post-rock, but there's much more going on than. The poetic lyrics detail the reflective isolation after the end of a relationship in a way that's simultaneously direct, thoughtful, and otherworldly. This is music that tempts you to enter into the darkness that envelops every single note and every single word it contains. I bet if you take the time to listen, you'll find a way to enjoy every emotionally devastating moment of it."
Thank you, Alex! Read the full article here, which also explores new music from Lemuria, Yesterday's Saints, and Young Rapids.
The Washington City Paper's Carey Hodges wrote thoughtfully on Teething Veils' new album "Constellations." Here's a sample:
"Slow-moving arrangements, full of intense shifts in mood and texture, bury listeners beneath a mountain of weighted guitars and crashing percussion, leaving them alone to explore feelings of loss, anxiety, frustration, and even a little joy...emotionally rich and, at the same time, eerily cold. It’s a gripping dynamic that conjures unsettling images of emptiness, only to fill the void with just enough interaction to spark an overwhelming sense of relief."
Read the full review here. Thank you, Carey!
We are proud to release Teething Veils' second body of music, "Constellations." You can hear the LP on the Etxe Bandcamp page.
You can order your copy on vinyl with download, CD, and digital formats through the Etxe webstore. This release maintains the intensity we grew accustomed to on "Velorio" while expanding on its aesthetic palette. A long-playing, post-rock journey, perfect for traveling via car/metro and late night ruminations.
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TBT to 2009, and Girl Loves Distortion's "You Better Run, Your Highness." The Daily Vault has reevaluated the LP and the band as "further proof of how fertile independent music in D.C. is." Read the full review here!