Leapling, the brainchild of Brooklyn-based songwriter Dan Arnes, juxtaposes moments of subtle beauty with harsh, guitar-driven noise to create a sound both brilliant and infectiously catchy. The band's debut EP, Losing Face, released in early 2013 on Father/Daughter Records, established Leapling's reputation as a force to be reckoned with in the world of experimental pop. Vacant Page finds the band picking up where they left off, casually moving forward with a newfound looseness and the continuing desire to push the envelope into unexplored realms. Joined by long-time members Yoni David (drums), R.J. Gordon (bass) and Joe Postiglione (guitar) for the first time on record, Vacant Page was tracked live with a clear sense of purpose and urgency. Arnes' delicate vocals and stream-of-consciousness narratives come to life when combined with Postiglione's serpentine licks, David's loose percussion style and Gordon's hypnotic bass lines. The seamless interplay between musicians is as indicative of the quartet's bond as it is Arnes' songwriting.