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Vicodin Love Confession

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The decade of the 1970s was undeniably a goldrush for singer/songwriters. Gentle balladeers weaved together lush tapestries of orchestration and lyric with multi-platinum results. Artists such as Jim Croce, Cat Stevens, Neil Young, Harry Chapin and countless others valued the craft of songsmith over the flamboyant aesthetic of corporate rock and disco. Time unfortunately cut short of the lives and careers of many of these artists, and prevalling winds within the music industry made storytelling and genuine catharsis passe.

Vicodin Love Confession brings a feeling to music that has rarely been touched since the 70s. Honesty. VLC takes the listener’s hand and leads them to view their world through a stained glass window filtered by bad decisions and heartbreak. To see a place where light emerges through pain and the belief that in the end, we’ll all be alright. If modern releases are considered “music”, VLC can be considered a new style of art.

Fast forward to today.

A nation of youth are spoonfed TRL faux femmes “co-writing” pop singles funded by their creepy fathers and “songtitlesthatarewaytoolongfortheirowngood” image bands that rely more on elaborate videos than quality live performances. A general groundswell has been sensed throughout the nation - music fans are tired of being preached to about what is cool - they want to be individuals.

Enter VLC. Vicodin Love Confession has been creating music that crosses a country since 2004.

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