After drawing big turnouts in Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok, Danish progressive rockers Mew set their return to Southeast Asia once again in September – this time in Singapore.
The trio will be bringing their “most intimate and personal show yet” to SOTA Concert Hall on Sunday, September 3. The show comes in support of their latest album Visuals.
Organiser Symmetry Entertainment are the same team behind Mew’s 2015 headlining show and their 2013 Singapore debut at Camp Symmetry festival.
Tickets are now available through TicketBox, going from SGD58-88. Fans can top up their experience with a meet & greet pass for SGD35. All tickets will be assigned seats on a first come, first serve basis.
This time while in Asia, Mew will also visit Tokyo, Osaka and Taipei.
Hailing from Hellerup, Denmark, Mew are Jonas Bjerre (lead vocals), Johan Wohlert (bass) and Silas Utke Graae Jørgensen (drums). They’re best known for “Comforting Sounds”, “The Zookeeper’s Boy” and “Special”. The band released their seventh studio album Visuals in April, their first without former guitarist Bo Madsen. Here’s “85 Videos”.