Tokyo Tea Room and special guests

Quarterhouse, Folkestone.

Standing

 

14+ only. 14s to 16s must be accompanied by an adult. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
GENERAL ADMISSION £8.80 (£8.00)

More information about Tokyo Tea Room and special guests tickets

Formed in 2014, Tokyo Tea Room are the psych pop lovechild of Canterbury natives Daniel Elliott and Ben Marshall. They have shared bills with the likes of Wolf Alice, The Mystery Jets and Super Furry Animals and, having graced the stage at Folkestone Quarterhouse for This is Psych earlier this year, they are back for their first headline show to mark the launch of their as-yet-untitled EP on A Certain Kind Records

With Daniel on guitar and Ben on bass, the duo is joined by four of their closest friends and fellow musicians: Beth Plumb on vocals and keys, Sam Teather on drums, Ryan Debling on guitar and Graham Nunn on synth.

Expect a meeting of melodic bass lines, hypnotic guitar riffs and dreamy synths for Tokyo Tea Room’s unique honeyed psychedelia sound with a soulful personality.

The band have started a new chapter this year, releasing two singles in rapid succession, ‘Forever Out of Time’ and ‘Always Tomorrow’. The response has been phenomenal, with widespread support ranging from BBC Introducing, to BBC 6Music, Fresh On The Net, Amazing Radio, The Line Of Best Fit, Spotify and David Dean Burkhart, a very influential taste maker for Psych Pop. A third single, ‘Things Are Changing’, is scheduled for release in September.

Genre: lo-fi, DIY psych-pop, alt-rock, indie

“Tokyo Tea Room bring a spectrum of chromatic colour to the Canterbury music scene” The Line of Best Fit

"Tokyo Tea Room are a band worth the buzz" Dork Magazine

"Music that makes you feel like you've departed the physical space around you" Impose Magazine

Links

https://www.thelineofbestfit.com/new-music/discovery/tokyo-tea-room-forever-out-of-time

http://turtletempo.co.uk/interview-tokyo-tea-room/

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