Vacationer Debut “The Wild Life” Ahead of ‘Relief’ | Catch Them April 29 @ 12th & Porter


As we announced awhile back, Vacationer will be making a special stop at Nashville’s own 12th & Porter in just a couple of weeks, on April 29, along with Hellogoodbye. Since that announcement, some exciting news has come from the Vacationer camp. The long-awaited followup to their 2012 debut, Gone, which will be called Relief, is slated to drop on June 24. Ahead of its release, the band have premiered a brand new single, “The Wild Life.” The track further reinforces Vacationers’s sound; a calm, indie pop-rooted, tropical and enchanting jam. Though the band is fronted by Kenny Vasoli, formerly of The Starting Line, they couldn’t be a further leap style-wise. Still present is the singer’s earnest delivery and honest lyricism, but, as a unit, Vacationer are, well, a vacation from the pop punk sound that made him famous.

You can snag tickets to the 12th & Porter show here for just $15, pre-order Relief on iTunes, and check out the album art and tracklisting, as well as a stream of “The Wild Life,” below.


1. Stay
2. Paradise Waiting
3. Glimpse
4. Heavenly
5. Shining
6. In the Grass
7. Parallels
8. Vision
9. The Wild Life
10. Fresh
11. Go Anywhere
12. Onward & Upward

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