Electronic/house duo Vallis Alps announce their much-awaited return with the release of their new single and 2023 live shows.
After five years of radio silence, Sydney based electronic/dance duo Vallis Alps have returned with their new single On The Eve Of The Rush, as well as announcing that in 2023 they will be returning to Aussie stages since 2017.
On The Eve Of The Rush was inspired by the key themes from the 1993 novel, The Grapes of Wrath, by John Steinbeck. The track is dripping with electro-house vibes, with uplifting ambience and vibrant synths that will whisk you away into a world of wonder.
Parissa Tosif stated: “I was inspired by the idea of searching for more – out of survival but also because of an innate human desire to grow and flourish. It’s one of my favourite novels and reminds me of a lot of themes of the migrant journey and the search for a better life.”
The track is accompanied by a vivid music video, which was created by Passing Kneeling/Tom Vanderzeil. Parissa elaborates on the contents contained in the music video, explaining “this song is a blur of many things around materialism and success – and about how to keep pivoting back to what’s important in life through questioning oneself and our motives.”
Celebrating the release of their new track, the duo have announced two local shows that will take place in March 2023 – you can grab tickets to the shows here.
Vallis Alps Live 2023 Live Shows
Thursday 30th March 2023 at The Night Cat in Melbourne
Friday 31st March 2023 at Oxford Arts Factory in Sydney
You can now stream On The Eve Of The Rush via Spotify below.