InVogue Records

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InVogue Records
Founded 2009
Founder Nick Moore
Distributor(s) ILG, ADA, Warner Music Group
Genre Post-hardcore, alternative rock, metalcore, pop punk, melodic hardcore
Country of origin United States
Location Findlay, Ohio[1]
Official website www.invoguerecords.com

InVogue Records is an American record company based in Findlay, Ohio.[1] It was founded by Nick Moore, lead singer of Before Their Eyes, in 2009.[2] In the fall of 2011 InVogue Records signed a distribution deal with Independent Label Group (owned by Warner Music Group) and Alternative Distribution Alliance.[3]

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  • Another Hero Dies
  • Belle Histoire
  • City Lights[8] (Minor activity 2015, Unsigned)[9]
  • From Atlantis
  • Get Up Texas
  • InDirections
  • Legacy
  • Spies Like Us
  • That's Outrageous!
  • The Illumination
  • Whether, I

InVogue Records Tours[edit]

In the summer of 2104, InVogue Records announced the inaugural InVogue Records Tour, in partnership with MerchNow, featuring Famous Last Words, Whether I, For All I Am, and Until We Are Ghosts. The tour wrapped around the midwest (where the label is based), as well as dates on the east coast.[10] In the fall of 2015, Nick Moore announced on Twitter that Hotel Books would be embarking on the next InVogue Tour. In the fall of that year, Hotel Books announced the "Run Wild, Young Beauty" tour, named after their debut full-length album. Due to the album-branded title, and the package's addition of Tragic Hero Records band Bad Luck, it was unclear if this tour was truly the annual InVogue Records Tour. Hotel Books took out label mates Motives and Until We Are Ghosts on this tour as well.[11]

Spring 2016 came the official announcement of a proper InVogue Records Tour featuring Hotel Books. The tour was co-headlined by Dayseeker, and included Convictions as support. This tour hit the west coast, midwest and east coast, but the first date, in San Diego, CA, was without Hotel Books due to their vocalist, Cam Smith, having a concussion.[12] An east coast InVogue Records Tour took place in the fall featuring Convictions, Everyone Dies in Utah, Glass Houses and Conspire. The fall edition of the tour also included a stop at So What?! Music Festival in Dallas, Texas.[13]

In the winter of 2016, Cam Smith announced on his Twitter that Hotel Books would be taking the InVogue Records Tour to Europe, and "to other exciting places." The tweet was followed by an official announcement three days later. InVogue Records announced a European edition of the IVR Tour featuring Hotel Books and Convictions. Two weeks later, a Japanese IVR Tour was announced as well, featuring the same two bands. The tour also included two exclusive dates in Russia.[14]

In January 2017, the label launched the first ever InVogue Records Unplugged Tour, featuring JT Woodruff (of Hawthorne Heights), In Her Own Words, Hazing and Woven in Hiatus. The tour featured a round-robin styler performance and went from the west coast to the midwest. [15]

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