The Alternative-Rock oufit Vaux emerged from the Denver, Colorado USA, underground scene in 1998; led by the vocals of Quentin Smith the band also includes guitarists Chris Sorensen and Adam Tymn, keyboardist+guitarist Greg Daniels, bassist Ryder Robison and drummer Joe McChan.
The band soon released their own record, the 7-inch "To Write A
Symphony", initially under the moniker of Eiffel; two years later
they followed it up with the indie full-length debut, "Audiblenarcotic",
finance their own tours, even while still attending college and then jumped
on the Warped Tour; the band was subsequently forced to switch their name
from Eiffel to Vaux due to legal reasons.
In the spring of 2003 the sextet issued their next album, "There Must Be Some Way To Stop Them", on Volcom Records and set-out on tour with bands such as My Chemical Romance, Coheed And Cambria, The Used, Thrice, Vendetta Red and others.
The following year the group had another stint on the Warped Tour and re-released their debut album.
In October 2005 Vaux released "Beyond Virtue, Beyond Vice" on Lava Records, their new album includes the radio single "Are You With Me".