Shows

Oct
03
Chattanooga, TN Sluggo's
Oct
04
Charlotte, NC The Evening Muse
Tickets
Oct
15
St Louis, MO Cicero's
Tickets
Oct
16
Rock Island, IL Rozz Tox
Oct
17
Indianapolis, IN The HI-FI
Tickets
Oct
18
Chicago, IL Red Line Tap
Oct
19
Cincinnati, OH MOTR Pub
Oct
21
Harrisonburg, VA Blue Nile
Oct
25
Winston-Salem, NC The Garage

News

White Violet - Stay Lost (Live in Nashville, TN)

Posted: Jul 14, 2014

White Violet - 4AM

Posted: Feb 14, 2014

White Violet “Lays Around Lazy” (Music Fog)

Posted: Feb 14, 2013

“Lays Around Lazy” on MTV's “Underemployed”

Posted: Oct 25, 2012

“Lays Around Lazy” was on MTV’s new series “Underemployed!”

The song appeared on the second episode, “The Crib.”

You can download the track here!

“A powerful record that holds up on its own or in its crowded field.”

Posted: Sep 17, 2012

Hope everyone had a nice weekend. Check out this review of Hiding, Mingling from QRO Mag!

“Lays Around Lazy” on Music Fog

Posted: Aug 23, 2012

We played a laid back version of “Lays Around Lazy” down in Austin for Music Fog during SXSW. Yesterday, they posted the video. Check out the post and the video over at their site!

Music

Stay Lost

Release Date: 09/23/2014
  1. Weighs
  2. Stay Lost
  3. Fernandina
  4. All That I've Become
  5. Grow Tall
  6. Topical
  7. The Alarmist
  8. Mystery
  9. Calendar
  10. Autumn Grove
  11. Thankfully

Hiding, Mingling

Release Date: 08/14/2012
  1. White Wash
  2. 4 AM
  3. Lays Around Lazy
  4. Second Wind
  5. Blame
  6. Everyday Is Listening
  7. Station
  8. Tight Rope
  9. A Book
  10. Ghost, Teacher, Girl and I

About

This September, the Athens, GA and Nashville, TN four-piece White Violet returns with their sophomore effort Stay Lost. A more upbeat sequel to the band's dreamy and dark debut Hiding, Mingling, the new record was tracked in Kernersville, NC, with master engineer Scott Solter (Centro-Matic, Spoon, Superchunk). What sets Stay Lost apart from previous releases is that this is not the sole brainchild of singer/songwriter Nate Nelson. The eleven new songs find a finely honed, battle-worn lineup collectively exploring the wide-open soundscapes that one belonged to Nelson alone. More upbeat, the album soars aloft ethereal guitars, airtight melodies, and eccentric and galvanizing rhythms.