Tycho – Weather
Labels:Mom + Pop Music
Number of Tracks:8
From the Album:Weather
Formats:AAA,Non-Commercial,NPR,Rock,Rock – Specialty
Available Date & Time: Jul 12 2019 10:00:00 EDT
Impact Date: Jul 12 2019 00:00:00
TYCHO UNVEIL WEATHER
GRAMMY® AWARD-NOMINATED PROJECT RELEASE NEW LP
NEW ALBUM AVAILABLE TODAY VIA MOM+POP/NINJA TUNE
AT ALL DSP's AND STREAMING SERVICES
NORTH AMERICAN HEADLINE TOUR BEGINS SEPTEMBER 5 IN LOS ANGELES
TICKETS FOR ALL ANNOUNCED DATES ON SALE NOW
GRAMMY® Award-nominated recording group Tycho has released their much anticipated new album. The San Francisco-based collective’s sixth full-length release, WEATHER arrives today via Mom + Pop Music/Ninja Tune.
The follow-up to 2016’s chart-topping, GRAMMY® Award-nominated EPOCH, WEATHER includes the acclaimed singles, “Japan” and “Pink & Blue,” both featuring vocals by singer-songwriter Saint Sinner (a.k.a. Hannah Cottrell). “Japan” arrived last month in two unique forms – the first with vocals and lyrics by Cottrell, the second as an instrumental version with a new arrangement and with unique instrumentation replacing the haunting vocal line. “Japan” is accompanied by a striking companion video, filmed San Francisco's Japantown neighborhood by director Charles Bergquist (whose previous work includes Tycho’s “Ascension” visual).
“All my albums have been iterative, adding and building with each release," says Tycho's Scott Hansen. "After Epoch I wanted to do something very different and break out of that cycle for a fresh perspective. Weather owes a lot to the earlier records and is a progression in its own way. However, it feels like something totally different and new to me. It’s the breath of fresh air that I needed.”
Tycho will celebrate WEATHER with an extensive world tour taking them into 2020, highlighted by visits to such legendary venues as the Sydney, Australia’s Sydney Opera House, Japan's Fuji Rock Festival, the Greek Theatre in both Los Angeles and Berkeley, and New York City’s SummerStage in Central Park. The “WEATHER World Tour” will see Tycho incorporating live vocals for the first time ever, revealing a powerful new human energy to its already extraordinary live presentation. Longtime Tycho collaborators Zac Brown (bass and guitar), Rory O'Connor (drums), and Billy Kim (keyboards, guitar and bass) will join Hansen on all dates, with Cottrell traveling as the first Tycho touring vocalist. Poolside will support on all headline dates beginning September 6 at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, CA; Chrome Sparks will support September 5 at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles.
For updates and ticket availability, please visit www.tychomusic.com/#tour
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