Ex-Vanna frontman Davey Muise Returns with New Band TROVE; Debut Music Video for “Massive”

As we all know Vanna, has performed their last shows ever in October of 2017 which was a very sad time for thousands of fans but there is a way for fans to escape the pain of the band breaking up as Vanna frontman Davey Muise is returning to the stage with his new band, TROVE. Trove has released their debut EP, and the debut music video for their single “Massive.” Along with those huge announcements, the band will be performing their first ever live shows coming up in March.

Since the end of Vanna came, Davey has told fans and made it known that he is now an artist manager at Modern Empire Management. He also told us about the emerging of his new band, TROVE in late 2017. Want to know how TROVES came about? Well you can read it in Davey’s own words below:

Right around the time Vanna felt like it was coming to an end I hit this point where I was finding myself writing about things from my life that I was too scared or nervous to talk about before or maybe things were suppressed. Either way the flood gates were open and I needed an outlet. I spoke to one of my bests @jackstolz a man who I’ve always wanted to play music with, about writing a record. We agreed we wanted to make music like the grunge, punk and emo rock we grew up on, to not only continue the cycle of influence and but to speak up for those dealing with life the way we did, thru music. Teaming up with @kevinbillingsleaand @jacksquirtman to record what has become our ep and adding @anthonytronlaur to the mix has been teenage Daveys musical dream come true. A year after we started demos, and lots of being nervous to share, today we self released HARK to your world and we hope you enjoy it. We will be playing selected live engagements @ clubs, schools, houses and wherever else we want. Will be doing a little bit of touring and lots of music making in the year to come. If you dig what you hear then share it with a friend, huddle around some headphones, make a post and spread the love. Just be a part of whatevers next. Thanks for reading ⚡ thanks for listening.

Keep up with Trove and Davey via their Instagram accounts, Also give their debut EP Hark a listen. You can find it on iTunesSpotifyGoogle PlayYouTube and more!

Check out the bands debut music video for “Massive”:

TROVE Tour Dates:

03/03 Portland, ME – Sunaana Fest
03/04 Providence, RI – Alchemy (feat. Idle Lives)
03/07 Kent, WA – Showare Center
03/10 Bremerton, WA – The Charleston (feat. Vessels & Old Hounds)
03/11 Portland, OR – Analog (feat. Old Hounds)

Okay so if you wanna hear the the story of @abandcalledtrove here it is: Right around the time Vanna felt like it was coming to an end I hit this point where I was finding myself writing about things from my life that I was too scared or nervous to talk about before or maybe things were suppressed. Either way the flood gates were open and I needed an outlet. I spoke to one of my bests @jackstolz a man who I’ve always wanted to play music with, about writing a record. We agreed we wanted to make music like the grunge, punk and emo rock we grew up on, to not only continue the cycle of influence and but to speak up for those dealing with life the way we did, thru music. Teaming up with @kevinbillingslea and @jacksquirtman to record what has become our ep and adding @anthonytronlaur to the mix has been teenage Daveys musical dream come true. A year after we started demos, and lots of being nervous to share, today we self released HARK to your world and we hope you enjoy it. We will be playing selected live engagements @ clubs, schools, houses and wherever else we want. Will be doing a little bit of touring and lots of music making in the year to come. If you dig what you hear then share it with a friend, huddle around some headphones, make a post and spread the love. Just be a part of whatevers next. Thanks for reading ⚡ thanks for listening.

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