Von Voin Strum
Von Voin Strum are fast tracking their way to rock‘n roll stardom, with their own enigmatic blend of high octane rock, and blues infused melodies. The band has worked tirelessly over the past few years to refine their craft, and have become renowned for their energetic and captivating live shows.
The band’s debut record “Shiver Roses” released in May 2012 gained strong media attention with the singles “Shiver Roses” and “Power & Filth” earning airtime on both The Rock and Radio Hauraki, and C4 music here in N.Z. This record is still currently available through via Google Play, iTunes and at select record stores.
Von Voin Strum have been busy playing shows up and down the country, and already have two international supports under their belts having opened for Australian rock legends INXS at the ITM V8 super cars event in Hamilton, and sharing the stage with rock icon and ex-Guns N Roses guitarist Slash at CBS Arena in Christchurch.
Their new single “Take Me Home” recently recorded at Revolver Studios, is now set to throttle the airwaves. The video for the song is directed by legendary Christchurch ex-pat Marc Swadel, whose credits include, The Stone Roses, Chemical Brothers, Liam Finn, & Die Die Die. A new record from the band is also currently in development and is due for release sometime early next year.
Buy Take Me Home on iTunes
Von Voin Strum single release party
Dux Live, Friday 22nd November
w/ Ekko Park and Kentucky Fried Children
“I have never seen a rose shiver but if anyone could make it happen, it’s these dudes. Righteous melodies and riffs that instantly straighten your spine. This record is for fans of rock bands who are not afraid to be themselves." - The Press
“Hard edged rock and blues anthems with intricate chops, hook laden riffs, and great use of dynamics – Shiver Roses is an impressive preview of things to come from Von Voin Strum.” – The Star
“Shiver Roses features five songs that are catchy, confident and instantly like-able. There is plenty of originality and variety here and the tracks are hard to fault.” – NZ Musician