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Are you a fan of Indie Pop? Do you want to be part of a sensational indie pop band's live performance? If yes, there is good news for you. The super hit American pop group, Tennis, will now be hitting your town for a performance that will surely rock you all. Tennis the band comprises of the talented husband and wife, Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley, who entered the music scene in 2010 and immediately won the hearts of countless pop lovers. Known for rocking the audience with their live performances, the duo is ready to entertain the fans once again. So, if you want to see the duo perform live in front of you, get hold of Tennis – Band tickets today.
The couple first met during their college years and after recognizing each other's mutual passion for music, they set out to create a band of their own. They first released an EP, “Baltimore” with Underwater Peoples Label, in 2010. The single, South Carolina from the EP especially gained a lot of popularity and instantly became a favorite of pop fans. They released their first studio album in January 2011 by the name of “Cape Dory”, with Fat Possum Records. Centered on the duo's experience with church choirs, the album gained a lot of critical acclaim, which encouraged them to produce another album in 2012.
This album, “Young & Old”, released on February 14 was also produced with Fat Possum Records and garnered a lot of appreciation from fans and critics. The two have even produced several covers of hit numbers like, Tell Her No by The Zombies, Tears in the Typing Pool by Broadcast and Is it True by Brenda Lee. Due to the heartfelt lyrics, the duo was soon featured as the “Writer of the Week” by the American Song Writer.
Their recent album, “Young and Old” prompted a lot of talk amongst critics and has been very well received by the audience. Most of the tracks in the album were written while the band, including the talented drummer James Barone, was still on tour in promotion of their debut record. According to the band members, a lot of thought was given to each and every track in the album. Recorded in nine days at the Haptown Studios, the album also marked the first time the band members actually worked with a producer. According to Moore, the producer provided that very element of dirty rock background that was needed to add an edge to their new music. This is surely evident as the new album certainly provides an eclectic mix of indie pop and sonic elements.
The single, My Better Self, from “Young & Old” especially gained a lot of popularity. One of the earliest singles to be penned by Moore, it showcases the personal side of the band. While the track, It All Feels the Same displays a connection of the band's past with the present. The rest of the songs like, Never to Part, High Road, Petition, My Better Self, Travelling and Robin also tell a story of their own. Both their albums so far have managed to narrate a unique story, along with catchy tunes. Not only this, the band also has a knack for live performances; their soulful music and Moore's powerful voice are enough to leave the audience wowed by their performance.
The husband wife duo released an EP by the name of, “Small Sound” in November 2013. Comprising of five songs only, the EP received much acclaim. Recently, the band has been in limelight for several of their upcoming performances, including the ones in Minneapolis, Salt Lake City, Vancouver and Pasadena. Since the duo is known for keeping the crowd on their feet throughout the live performances, the event is likely to be spectacular in every sense of the word. So, get the Tennis - Band tickets now and attend their upcoming concert.