Fresh off of their first headlining tour in August, anthem rock band VISTA are heading back on the road this November for their second tour, “The Oasis Tour”. The announcement also follows the July release of their dystopian-themed sophomore EP, “Long Live”. Combining both arena and electronic influences to create their anthem rock sound, “Long Live” lyrically focuses mainly on forming an allegiance and finding an ‘oasis’ in a dystopian society. The 7-track EP, featuring the lead single “Allegiance,” immediately made its’ way onto three different iTunes Alternative charts, including peaking at #10 on the top selling $5.99 albums. VISTA will be heading out to the Midwest for the first time on “The Oasis Tour”, playing in cities such as Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, Chicago, Iowa City, and St. Louis, and Orlando.
Conceived in 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 AXS. 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, was named one of ‘100 Women Kicking Ass In Music” by Alternative Press, and gained rotation on idobi with their January single “Henchmen,” an anti-oppression anthem. “Long Live” serves as VISTA’s sophomore EP, and the band recently embarked on their first headlining tour, “The Long Live Tour,” in August. “Long Live” is available NOW.
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