Swedish experimental rockers pg.lost are bringing their Versus Tour to Singapore, promoter Gsonique announced today.

The band will be performing on the island for the first time on Friday, January 5 at Esplanade Annexe Studio. Singapore’s own progressive rock outfit In Each Hand A Cutlass are scheduled to support.

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pg.lost’s first visit to Southeast Asia comes in support of the band’s latest LP, Versus. They will make a stop in Bangkok on January 4 while in the region.

Advance tickets are SGD65, now available through Peatix. The price goes to up SGD75 at door.

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Formed in 2004, pg.lost are comprised of Mattias Bhatt (guitar), Gustav Almberg (guitar), Martin Hjertstedt (drums) and Kristian Karlsson (bass). They’re known for their multifaceted experimental rock instrumentalism. Their latest album Versus (2016) on Pelagic Records is their fourth full-length after Key (2012), In Never Out (2009), and It’s Not Me, It’s You! (2008). Check out the album critics hailed as one of the best of 2016 below.

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