Woven In Hiatus have been on the quiet side this year but today they are unveiling their fresh new start with a new single, “Venus.” Recently the band has parted ways with InVogue Records and have a new album coming soon titled Celestial. The new album will be released independently as the band is “looking to have a more direct channel to release music to their fans and in the future will be moving away from the traditional album cycle format.”
Still remaining true to their complex and whimsical style, “Venus” is relaxing, airy and takes your mind into a place of tranquility. The new track was recorded, mixed and mastered at vocalist/guitarist Luke Nagel’s studio space at Lyra Productions in Nashville, TN.
“‘Venus’ is a song that represents this past year of growth and development we've experienced as musicians. We wanted to transition into a sound and style that has no creative limitations, bringing elements of experimental electronic music and dreampop into our writing and production. The song itself is meant to create a dream like atmosphere, and set a tone to deliver thematic messages about our subliminal thoughts and how sometimes we bury our raw emotions and feelings for practicality,” describes Nagel.
To help bring the new single to life, Woven In Hiatus teamed up with Director Sam Speer to create a perfect visual interpretation of the song. Nagel says “The video pays homage to one of my favorite films of all times ‘2001: A Space Odyssey,’ which we thought would be a fitting visualization to accompany thoughts about exploring subliminal emotions.”
With new music and a new start, Woven In Hiatus are feeling motivated to keep pushing forward in 2018. “Our future will definitely include touring. We have a show booked for Brazil in December and will have more info coming soon on that. We plan on releasing 4 more singles off of the album in the coming months before it comes out and from there we will be transitioning into a more open musical project, focusing on more collaborations, covers, experimentation and building up our YouTube channel.” -Luke Nagel