As Oscar Wilde’s Dorian Gray once said: “The mere touch of Sibyl Vane’s hand makes me forget you and all your wrong, fascinating, poisonous, delightful theories.” Even though there is no agreement whether their music is indie, rock or punkish americana, it’s a true blast for every music lover. The colors of these sounds are perhaps seen in dreams containing East-European anxious beauty.
Combining indie-pop with post-punk revival and elements from 90´s alternative rock Sibyl Vane´s expressive and melancholic sound gets its final grind by band´s front woman – singer-songwriter and guitarist Helena Randlaht´s recognizably unique voice and charismatic image. Their rise from Estonian music
Their powerful and charismatic stage presence has pleased critics and audiences in different countries around Europe.
Sibyl Vane’s first studio record “Love, Holy Water and TV” was released in 2012 and followed-up with a self-titled second album in 2017.
“Every now and then we get to review an album that silences the office in awe from the moment that the needle hits the first groove. The self-titled new release from Estonia’s Sibyl Vane (named after an Oscar Wilde character) provided one of the first such moments in 2017,” says Punk Online.