Jennie Vee_by Corinne SchiavonePhotographer: Corinne Schiavone
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Seamlessly combining the melancholic and gritty with the dreamy and wistful, LA-based artist Jennie Vee is on ANON Magazine’s radar this week. Growing up in small town Ontario, Vee had an affinity for dark, post-punk acts like The Cure and Joy Division. Moving from Canada to England, Nashville and New York, Vee settled into the city to record her debut album, Spying, and play solo gigs. Establishing significant connections with visual artist Katrin Albert and Grammy award winning producer Chris Lord-Alge, she also spent the spring of 2015 playing bass with Courtney Love on the Endless Summer Tour with Lana Del Ray, played with acts like Echo & the Bunnymen, Tamaryn, and The Darkness and is a current member of Eagles of Death Metal.

 

 

Her latest EP comes out on Friday, September 22nd via WaxRomantix Records. Comprised of six shimmery, infectious tracks, Suffer depicts intimate themes of loss, heartbreak, loneliness and death throughout. Self-produced by Vee, her lead single “Hospital Bed” explores the painful decisions one faces while watching someone we love struggle with addiction. For those of you residing in Los Angeles, Jenne Vee will be playing a release show tonight at Resident before heading on tour with Eagles of Death Metal for the rest of the fall. Be sure to follow us on Instagram to see her captured sights and sounds as she takes over our account all day!