Vista

Lounge:

Vista

The Dive, Freeze Tag, little falcon

Thu, November 9, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

FUBAR

St. Louis, MO

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is all ages

Vista
Vista
Welcome to The Oasis - a metaphorical safe haven created by anthem rock band VISTA for anyone looking to find a sanctuary in music amidst a world in crisis. Comprised of lead vocalist Hope Vista and Greg Almeida, VISTA's upcoming sophomore EP "Long Live" centralizes around the theme of forming an allegiance and finding an oasis in a dystopian society. Containing the previously released singles "Henchmen," "Allegiance," and a new version of vocalist Hope's 2015 solo single "Dominance," the 7-track collection showcases their heart-pounding, arena-influenced style from start to finish, after aiming to create a full record of anthems.

Conceived n late 2015, VISTA released their debut 4-track EP “VERSUS” shortly after, in which their debut single “On The Brink” debuted worldwide on idobi radio.Their name hasn’t been shy in the press, since; the band has garnered praise from outlets such as Alternative Press, Rock Sound, Substream, and idobi. Since the start of 2017, VISTA has supported Fueled By Ramen artist Against The Current at Irving Plaza, sold out their first two headlining shows, and gained rotation on idobi with their January single “Henchmen,” an anti-oppression anthem. The band will embark on their first headlining tour, “The Long Live Tour,” in August.
The Dive
The Dive
The Dive is a bunch of best friends who started a basement-based rock band (as if there aren't enough of those) playing songs they love.
little falcon
Little Falcon is a native 21-year-old St. Louisan who started creating music under the assumed name in 2010 and has since released two albums. The first, "The Coffee House", was recorded in Springfield, Missouri with Blake Walker Records in 2011. His newest album was released on June 24, 2014 entitled "In A Car" mixed by Alex Robinson and mastered by Rueben Cohen ("Pitch Perfect", Bruno Mars, Dev) of Lurssen Mastering. The songs play out a story between two characters whose paths were never really meant to cross. One is a struggling musician and the other is a self-destructive drug dealer, but somehow they develop feelings for one another. At the end, we see how both people react to the same experience. "The album deals a lot with pride and how some people find it so hard to admit that they're wrong," said Falcon. "It also shows how people find it hard to forgive themselves and that love can make us act so childish."
Venue Information:
FUBAR
3108 Locust St.
St. Louis, MO, 63103
http://www.fubarstl.com/