Respected for their DIY attitude and hard work, Valeze's self- released EP “Go Go Go!” produced by Nic Hard (Bravery, Aberdeen City, The Church) and their “Go Go Go” video has had over 150,000 views on YouTube. They’ve performed on Good Day NY, Fox TV’s Fearless Music, the prestigious GBH party at Hiro Ballroom, independently toured the Northeast, West Coast, and Canada; shared the stage with bands like the Samples, American Minor, Diamond Nights, and the Redwalls; and have been sponsored by Eventide, Sam Ash, Garnier Fructis, and Amp Energy/Mountain Dew. Questions you love to ask: Who are the band members and what’s the background? Lead singer/songwriter Tiffany Randol, guitarist Alan Brent, bassist Joe Hung, keyboardist Tim Grace, and Miles Kennedy on the drums. It took a three and a half years of recording, touring and auditioning to arrive at the current lineup and the band has now been a unit for two and a half years.
Where’s the name come from? Valeze comes from “Valise” en français and represents the word: Baggage. Who are our influences? They are wide spread, but a few favorites are Missing Persons, Pretenders, Blondie, the Clash, the Sex Pistols, Guns n Roses, Led Zeppelin and 50’s pop across the board. Press "Valeze is a glam-rock band out of Brooklyn with enough style and flare to kill an innocent panda. The music is full of energy, and the lead singer (beautiful Tiffany Randol) has a versatile voice that is well coordinated with everything going on behind her.
Listening to these tracks make me thing of Blondie and a ballsier No Doubt. They will be in the studio until late June recording their next EP. Looking forward to it. Track Recommendations: Search and Destroy, High and Dry.
Check out their website for a sick music video they made." - Mike Frankel, Freeindie.com Blog "Valeze, a sweet sounding group from Brooklyn that mixes new wave with dirty rock and roll. Picture Missing Persons, Blondie and Berlin mixed up in a plastic bag with a few handfuls of road gravel and you're on the right track. It's music that would be equally suited for dancing at clubs or cranked in your car, so make sure you take a listen." - Ryan Cooper, About.com Guide to Punk Rock Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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