Hi, I’m Debora Iyall from Romeo Void. I’m asking for your help and support to release a 12” vinyl EP “Singing Until Sunrise” which includes our new take on Romeo Void’s “A Girl in Trouble (is a temporary thing)”, live band versions of "Wait Out The Storm" and "99". The newly recorded version of “A Girl In Trouble (is a temporary thing)” takes off with a different feel and lands on a new third verse I’ve added to expand my message of encouragement from across my added years of life experience. My excellent band includes: Stev Ohanis on guitar, Dakota Iyall on keyboards, David Wenger on bass, Robert Tucker on drums and myself, Debora Iyall on vocals.
The decision to make a colored vinyl release comes from the wishes and hopes of a lot of fans I’ve heard from these past years, and the desire I have to put out a truly quality recording that can also be collected and prized for my original artwork.
The recording session was done with a new band composed of talented and energetic Bay Area musicians that I assembled this year and was produced by renowned engineer and producer Francis Buckley. My band and I have been playing clubs and concerts around the Bay Area and Sacramento in support of my 2010 cd album release, “Stay Strong” on my own Dottie Records.
The new vinyl 12 inch EP’s working title is “Singing Until Sunrise”, which happens to also be the title of the album’s artwork. It will also be released on my own Dottie Records. My budget for “Singing Until Sunrise” includes final production and mastering, manufacture and promotion of the new EP on high quality colored vinyl and digital forms and the cost of making initial runs of promotional T-shirts and posters. I aim to get some airplay this time and need money above and beyond manufacturing to help offset promotion costs to that end. If I raise funds over and above this budget it will enable me to tour (LA nd the NW?) and bring my music to more people.
First pressing of 500 will each be numbered and autographed.
- (21 days)