Swedish musical collective Postiljonen are returning to the continent with an “Asia Tour” this November. The band will swing by Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand before stopping by Hong Kong and China.

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Slated to revisit Asia with a tour this November, the dream pop trio from Stockholm will set up shows in 6 different cities— Singapore, Hanoi, Ba Ria – Vung Tau (Vietnam), Bangkok, Hong Kong and Shanghai. The tour marks the band their first return in 4 years.

Postiljonen Asia Tour November 2018

Postiljonen will kick off their Asia Tour first with a show in Singapore on Wednesday, November 14. Venue and Tickets TBA.

After that, the Stockholm’s talents will head over to Vietnam with two shows—in Ba Ria – Vung Tau and Hanoi. On Friday, November 16, Postiljonen will take the stage at the debut of Vietnam’s newest beach festival— Coracle Beach Festival, in Baria – Vung Tau. Tickets,  now, available through Coracle Music Festival. Price is VND1,500,000 and will rise to 2,000,000 at the door.

Meanwhile, fans in Hanoi can experience their recent record Reverie live on stage on Saturday, November 17. Venue and tickets TBC.

The band will finish off their Southeast Asia visit with a full live performance in Bangkok on Sunday, November 18. Fans can experience the band’s 80’s-inspired dream pop sound live on stage at Noma Bkk. The show is brought to you by Murmur!. Tickets will go on sale tomorrow (Tue, Oct 2), starting at 10am via Ticketmelon. Price is THB850.

Postiljonen Live in Bangkok 2018

Then, Postiljonen will continue their Asia Tour with two more shows in Hong Kong and Shanghai. The shows will be happening on November 21 and 23, respectively.

Formed in 2011, Postiljonen is a dream pop three-piece band from Stockholms, consisted of two Swedish artists Joel Nostrum Holm and Daniel Sjörs and a Norwegian artist Mia Bøe. The band rose to prominence with the elements of 80’s music-inspired and dream pop sound which frequently reminisce to the likes of M83, Sigur Rós, JJ and Cocteau Twins.

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The trio’s hits include “Atlantis”, “Supreme” and “All That We Had Is Lost”. And before leaving, never miss their latest track “The Open Road”, see below.