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SDP presents TEMPESST w/ Banfi
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We’re delighted to be bringing Tempesst to The Castle Hotel for their debut Manchester show in support of their debut EP
The beginning isn’t always the best place to start. Sure, there’s logic in chronology, but it’s the bitter reverie of hindsight that can really make a man.
TEMPESST by name, and seemingly by nature is the musical output of Australian twins Toma and Andy Banjanin. The project sits at the end of a tumultuous, daresay tempestuous, five years in which the brothers were dejected, evicted and deported – though not always in that order.
The transatlantic pursuit ends – at least, for the time being – in London, where the pair reignited the proverbial flame after constant musical misadventure. It was in London that “The Wild Man” was born – the lyrical protagonist of debut single ‘Tidal Wave’ and Toma’s reckless, jobless, penniless and entirely vicarious version of self.
Following back-to-back tours with Albert Hammond Jr and Gary Clark Jr
“Tidal Wave is a blissful, psych-pop number which encourages the listener to calm down dear, hitch a ride on Tempesst’s space shuttle, and get lost in the sonic hypnoticism of their sunny grooves.” – Noisey/VICE
“It feels like the falsetto has been missing from psych for too long… Not so for east London’s Aussie twins Tempesst. New track ‘Too Slow’ cuts through like a woozy soul classic.” – NME, New Music Of The Day
“A web of gorgeous textures and structure-shifting whims. Giving nods to early Fleet Foxes with its lush, grandiose opening, it then reveals a thousand different shades – Joseph’s Technicolor Coat doesn’t have shit on this.” – DIY
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