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Vampire Weekend

Vampire Weekend is an Indie band formed in 2006 in New York. The band has influences of afro-pop and to a lesser extent Western classical music, blended with their own breed of sound, often put under the umbrella term Indie rock. The band has released 2 EPs (Vampire Weekend, 2007; The Kids Don't Stand A Chance, 2008) and three studio recordings (2008's Vampire Weekend, 2010's Contra, and 2013's Modern Vampires in the City). Members: Ezra Koenig - Vocals, Guitar, Piano, Hand Drum; Rostam Batmanglij - Organ, Chamberlin, Piano, Harpsichord, Guitar, Vocal harmonies, Drum and Synth Programming; Chris Tomson - Drums, Guitar; Chris Baio - Bass Guitar

Similar Bands: Wild Beasts, The Drums, Dirty Projectors, TV on the Radio, Ra Ra Riot

LPs
Father Of The Bride
2019

3.3
274 Votes
Modern Vampires of the City
05/14/2013

3.8
1,017 Votes
Contra
2010

3.5
1,333 Votes
Vampire Weekend
2008

3.7
1,596 Votes
EPs
iTunes Session
2010

2.8
3 Votes
Vampire Weekend EP
2007

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