The Tea Street Band release their new album Frequency next week ahead of a run of dates including a Manchester gig at The Castle.

The album follows the recent release of latest single Only Love.  Speaking about the single, frontman Timo Tierney commented, “Only Love is a song about living for eternity, never getting old, but in reality that’s just on the inside.  Watching plenty of mind-bending films, the obvious ‘Bladerunner’ and ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’, inspired parts of the song too. Any song that comes in with a drumbeat is a winner in my eyes! There’s plenty of the chorus and super break and outro. It sums up The Tea Street Band defo!”

Frequency is the follow up to The Tea Street Band’s 2014’s self-titled debut.  The album was recorded in Liverpool’s Parr Street Studios over a one year period.  Tierney commented about the album, “The writing process was different than the first album.  We wrote it together, with all of us having a massive input on each song. The title and the artwork (photo By John Johnson, designed by Dom Foster), it’s all of ours. We have all pushed each other musically and I think it really shows on the record.”

Frequency is released ahead of a 12-date UK tour which opens in Liverpool on 15 November and takes in Manchester’s The Castle.  Frequency will be released on 9 November.

When do The Tea Street Band perform at The Castle, Manchester?

The Tea Street Band headline at The Castle Manchester on 25 November 2018.  The Manchester gig is one of 12-dates the band has lined up following the release of new album Frequency:
15 November   –   Liverpool, District
16 November   –   Liverpool, District
17 November   –   Stoke, Sugarmill
18 November   –   Minehead, Shine on Weekend
23 November   –   Blackburn, Electric Church Club
24 November   –   Leeds, The Fox and Newt
25 November   –   Manchester, The Castle
30 November   –   Chester, Telfords Warehouse
1 December   –   London, Slaughtered Lamb
7 December   –   New Brighton, Marine St Social
8 December   –   Newcastle, Think Tank Underground
9 December   –   Glasgow, King Tuts