Canadian indie-electronic duo Tennyson debuts in Singapore at Syndicate Subsessions

Canadian indie-electronic duo Tennyson debuts in Singapore at Syndicate Subsessions

Its been a long time since the last edition of Syndicate Subsessions, but good news is, the renowned Singaporean audio-visual collective will be bringing back that banner for a very special showcase next March!

In an inspired moved, Syndicate will be hosting acclaimed indie-electronic act Tennyson at Monteux Jazz Cafe on Wednesday, 15 March. This highly-anticipated gig is part of an extensive Asian and Australian tour, and will mark the brother-sister duo's debut in Singapore.

Though they may be young, Tennyson are anything but inexperienced. Growing up with a drummer dad in Edmonton, Alberta - Luke and Tess Pretty have been playing music with each other since childhood.

Starting out as street buskers playing jazz covers, over time, Tennyson eventually evolved into the playful live electronic act you see today.

With a penchant for combining jazz-influenced rhythms and fascinating chord structures with left-field pop and unexpected melodies - the pair's sound is an absorbing potpourri of experimental electronic textures. 

Best known for critically acclaimed EPs such as Like What and Blamer, Tennyson have deservedly earned a dedicated fanbase in North America and beyond (yes, even Singapore).

As a special bonus, Tennyson's forthcoming gig will be supported by Syndicate's own head honcho Kiat.

The show takes place from 8pm to 10pm and tickets are available today via Peatix. Limited early birds are priced at $15 while standard online tickets are priced at $25. If you so wish, you can also purchase tickets at the door for $35.

Watch Tennyson's music video for 'Like What' below.