Canadian electropop brother-sister duo Tennyson are making their Southeast Asia debut in March.
During their three-continent trek, which commences this month, the Edmonton act will be making a stop in Puerto Galera, Singapore, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur. Details are as follows.
March 12 – Puerto Galera, Philippines – Malasimbo Music & Arts Festival
Tickets: PHP2,245 (Friday Pass), PHP6,495 (3-day Pass) via Malasimbo
March 15 – Singapore, Montreuz Jazz Café – Syndicate Subsessions presents Tennyson
Tickets: SGD25 (Standard) via Peatix / SGD35 (At door)
March 17 – Bangkok, Live RCA – Tennyson Live in Bangkok by Conflakes
Tickets: THB650 (Standard), THB1,000 (Two early bird tickets) via Event Pop / THB800 (At door)
March 18 – Kuala Lumpur, The Bee, Publika – Upfront presents Tennyson Live in Malaysia
Tickets: RM98 (At door)
Tennyson is siblings Luke Pretty (production, keyboards) and Tess Pretty (drums, percussion). The pair emerged in 2014 with spacey, intricate, jazz-influenced instrumental electronic pop but, growing up with a drummer father, they had been playing music together since the they could remember. Which may be the reason why, at the age of 18 and 16, they were already hailed as “in the same league with artists such as Mount Kimble and Flying Lotus”.
Before catching Tennyson’s infectious and unpredictable melodies live this March, here’s “Beautiful World” from their 2015 EP, Like What.