Sages, a Sacramento-based rock band known for their distinctive and impactful sound, has been putting the final touches on their new self-titled EP. With their powerful songwriting and infectious blend of musical elements, Sages have captured a loyal following around Sacramento and beyond. The band will release their new single Walk Away on jUNE 16 and will also be included on the upcoming EP this Summer. The track and EP were engineered, mixed, and produced by Beau Burchell (Saosin, Senses Fail, Erra).
Led by the majestic and emotive vocals of Dean Vidovich, Sages takes listeners on a journey of self-introspection and inspiration. Vidovich’s evocative voice serves as a guide, leading the way through a sonic landscape that blends atmospheric vocal melodies and multi-layered guitars crafted by Vidovich and Ryan Cavalli. This fusion creates a tidal sound wave rarely achieved within such concise song structures. Providing the solid foundation that supports the band’s expansive palette are Matt Franks (Simon Says) on bass guitar and Chris Robyn (Black Map, Crosses, Far) on drums, whose thunderous rhythm section captivates and entrances listeners.
As Sages embark on this new chapter, they are eager to share this new energy with their fans and introduce new listeners to their captivating music. With new tracks pouring out of them, Sages promises to leave an indelible mark on the music scene.
“Walk Away was inspired by what I feel to be a perfect example of “Be careful what you wish for, you just might get it.”, because in the particular case that inspired the song, I did get it, my wish came true, but it turned out to be something quite different than what I expected. In fact, it turned out that we were polar opposites in many of the ways we approached life and our existence in the world, but for the amount of growth that was achieved as a result, it was also a situation I am grateful for.” – Dino Vidovich