By combining modern rock ingenuity with classic rock sensibility, Vault 51 give a groove-centric performance in the guise of their video titled “Magnolia”. Reclaiming the art of the guitar proper after that bullsh*t op-ed hit-piece from The Washington Post, Vault 51 prove for all time that the electric guitar is a constantly evolving work of art as well as an essential part of any band. But the art-form is not relegated to the music as you can see with this visually stunning portrait companion to the mind inside the music. Vault 51 show with “Magnolia” that genius grabs all of the senses.

After years of developing their unique sound, Vault 51 is thrilled to release their debut EP ‘Kid’, available July 20th, 2017. Links below.

About Vault 51 & ‘Magnolia’
Atlanta rock quintet Vault 51 has released a new single titled, “Magnolia”, which follows up on their recent debut single, “Thirty Six”. The new release continues with the outfit’s colorful rock vibe with melodic driven riffs and clean harmonious singing, giving a glimpse on what’s to come from Vault 51.

“We chose to release Magnolia as a single, because we felt it was an appropriate song to reflect the overall theme that our EP gives off. That is, the idea that as we grow older, life seems to pass us by more and more quickly. Life is constantly ticking by, whether you want it to or not. And we spend so much of that time completely wasted. Everyone wants to create something beautiful before they die. To leave their mark on the world. We all start from nothing and strive to grow into something beautiful, much like a Magnolia flower.”
-Vocalist, Landon Jones

Along with the new single, comes the announcement of the rock group’s debut EP Kid. Produced by Drew Fulk (I Prevail, Motionless In White) and mixed by Lee Rouse, the forthcoming EP is set to release July 20th.

First Look: Vault 51 - Magnolia@vault51official [rotatingtweets screen_name=’vault51official’]

Vault 51 is an alternative rock quintet from Atlanta, GA. Despite facing many obstacles that would force most to disband and move on, the group instead chose to persevere and press on with what they set out to accomplish.

SOURCE: Official Bio