Join Vacation Manor and special guests Oceanic and Rhineland live at The Academy Center of the Arts on April 15th in the Warehouse Theatre!
Vacation Manor is an indie-rock duo based out of Lynchburg, Virginia, consisting of Nathan Towles (guitar, vocals) and Cole Young (drums). The band formed in the fall of 2014 after their first show, a battle of the bands at the college in Washington, D.C. Towles was attending. Vacation Manor released their debut EP “Girl, Say” in April of 2016 which has since received over 35 million plays on Spotify. Two years after their first release, they partnered with producer Charlie Stavish on the making of their second EP, “Everything I Can’t Say Out Loud”.
Recorded to tape in Joshua Tree, CA, the EP takes their sound in a more pensive direction, citing influences such as The Cure, Nick Drake, Bruce Springsteen, and Roman Candle. In 2020, the duo began the making of their first full length album. Consisting of songs recorded in Nashville, TN with “Girl, Say” producer Kyle Cummings, songs from Joshua Tree, CA with producer Charlie Stavish, and “Can’t Run Forever” which was recorded by the band in their basement studio, Vacation Manor’s 2021 self-titled debut stitches together shared and personal experiences in a patchwork of vibrant alternative anthems.
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General Admission: $14.00 plus taxes and fees
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