VITJA Release ‘Black and Blue’ From Upcoming Album “Mistaken”

Progressive alternative metal outfit VITJA have released another track and video, ‘Black And Blue’, taken from their upcoming album, “Mistaken”.

‘Black And Blue’:

VITJA comment: “’Black and Blue’ deals with dependence versus independence. It‘s about making the decision to work your way out of a hopeless situation or phase in life.”

VITJA already released the following two clips for “Mistaken”:
“Overdose (feat. Andy Dörner)”: https://youtu.be/h7b1N4EtCT8
“Anxiety”: https://youtu.be/G0wsMteSIqs

“Mistaken” will be out 28 September 2018. You can pre-order the album from the following link: https://Vitja.lnk.to/Mistaken

The release will be followed up by VITJA’s headlining tour with support coming from Fallbrawl and River Becomes Ocean:

Kingstar proudly presents: VITJA – Mistaken Tour
Supports: Fallbrawl, River Becomes Ocean

08.11.2018 Wiesbaden – Schlachthof
09.11.2018 Dresden – Club Puschkin
10.11.2018 Berlin – Badehaus
15.11.2018 Hannover – Lux
16.11.2018 Münster – Sputnikhalle
17.11.2018 Hamburg – Logo
22.11.2018 Nürnberg – Z-Bau
23.11.2018 München – Backstage
24.11.2018 Karlsruhe – Stadtmitte
30.11.2018 Bremen – Tower
01.12.2018 Köln – Club Volta

Presented by: FUZE, SLAM & Morecore. Tickets: www.eventim.de and all ticket shops

“Mistaken” was recorded at Sureshot Studios and Shrimp Audio by Daniel Keller and Lucas Kramer as well as the band’s own David Beule (vocals) and Mario Metzler (bass). Yet again the album was mixed and mastered at Pitchback Studios by Aljoscha Sieg.

The band about the writing process: “While writing this record we wanted to reset to zero and solely focus on our musical roots and personal tastes in music first and foremost. ‘Mistaken’ feels like a turning point for us and we can‘t wait to get Vitja 2.0 in full effect.”

VITJA are:
David Beule – Vocals
Mario Metzler – Bass
Vladimir Dontschenko – Guitar
Daniel Pampuch – Drums

VITJA online:
www.facebook.com.vitjaband
www.instagram.com.vitja_official

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