EEO's first single "Dead Love" of his new EP out late 2014.
Directed/Produced: Matt Buzo
Assistant Producer: Basil Zocalli
Cinematographer: Guy Stephens
Make Up/Stylist: Jayne Rose
Lighting/Special Effects: Molly Clancy
Starring: Daniel Vogl, Sarah Barber and all the legends who came to party.
Thanks to everyone who assisted in the making of this film.
21-year-old Melbournian singer/songwriter Daniel Vogl, also known as EEO (pronounced E-O) has been producing a unique blend of indie/folk since early 2010. His signature sound spans the dynamics of fast percussive songwriting to slower, smoother and more open melodic numbers.
In 2012, with no budget, a DIY attitude and a give anything a go approach EEO wrote, recorded and produced a 9-track album entitled ‘Villain In Me’ that was well received. From this experience EEO refined his craft of connecting to audiences through bold soulful lyrics, catchy chord progressions and sing along harmonies.
"The songs are definitely driven by Dan’s vocals, with a voice that is able to both reach the listener yet distance itself at the same time which creates a cool sense of intrigue." – Mirador Records
EEO has continued to work hard on stage and in the studio and in 2014 will bring a brand new single Dead Love to audiences. It is a dark tale of a man (in spirit), who is unable to pass over due to a burden from his former lover. With a driving drum beat, smooth melody and a flowing lead guitar that wont leave your head, the song explores the highs and lows of being unsure in love.
'Dead Love' has a lyrical mystery that invites the listener to imagine and feel the story as it takes them on a journey, which finishes in an intense layered vocal melody.
“The song came out very naturally, like a little movie reel inside my head as I created this obscure story with dark visual references.” –Dan Vogl
Recorded and produced by Matt Stapleton (Magic America), Mixed by Ryan Miller (Delta Riggs, Battleships) and Mastered By Don Bartley (The Medics, Lisa Mitchell) 'Dead Love' is a far more professional and polished sound from EEO’s previous work.