Ahead of their upcoming UK tour dates this June with shows in Glasgow, Manchester & Bristol, Tycho have shared a new video for their track ‘Horizon’, taken from their Grammy-nominated album ‘EPOCH’.
The video, taken from the groups mesmerizing live show, features original animations from Neil Krug and cinematography from Charles Bergquist.
Watch ‘Horizon’ here:
‘Horizon’ is the second track from the Grammy Award nominated album ‘EPOCH’ which is available now on all platforms.
Tycho has also announced additional shows for its 2017 World Tour including playing four rare co-headlining shows on the West Coast with Todd Terje & The Olsens and special guest Jaga Jazzist. Todd Terje is one of Scott Hansen’s main influences, appearing frequently in Scott’s DJ sets. This is the first US tour ever for Todd Terje & The Olsens, Terje’s live band.
The dates add to an already expansive U.S. headlining tour which includes festival performances at Coachella, Electric Forest and Forecastle as well as two nights at Brooklyn, NY’s new venue Brooklyn Steel. Tycho will then return to Europe in June for performances at Primavera Sound in Barcelona, Spain and Porto, Portugal.
Tickets for the North American tour are on sale now. Please see tychomusic.com/#tour for complete details and remaining ticket availability. Full list of tour dates is below.
Earlier this year, Tycho received its first ever GRAMMY® Award nomination. EPOCH, the Bay Area-based group’s acclaimed fifth studio album, earned a nod as “Best Dance/Electronic Album.”
EPOCH made an extraordinary chart debut following its surprise release last September, enteringBillboard’s “Top Dance/Electronic Albums” at #1 – Tycho’s highest chart placement to date. EPOCHalso earned a place in Red Bull Music’s “25 Best Albums of 2016″ and Dancing Astronaut’s”Top 10 Albums of 2016.” EPOCH is available now digitally at all DSPs and streaming services and physical CD and vinyl are available via ISO50 and The Ghostly Store.
Beacon have this week dropped a new video, revealing another track from their upcoming album Escapements out on Ghostly International February 5th. The video is directed by Charles Bergquist, who has also worked with Ghostly labelmates Tyco and Matthew Dear and with this video continues to create a world in which the viewer is encouraged to use their imagination.
Kim Ann Foxman went on to lend her skills to remix of Beacon’s “Preserve.” She transforms the track into a club ready cut, maintaining the tempo but accentuating Mullarney’s voice with staccato high hats and a pulsing bassline. In case you missed it, check it out here.
Beacon will set off on a run of North America in support of Escapements early next month. The tour kicks off in Chicago and takes the duo to Toronto, Boston, NYC, Philadelphia, DC, LA, SF, and more. A full rundown can be found below.