Album artwork for Frequency by The Tea Street Band

Over their time together, Liverpool’s The Tea Street Band have created something of a cult following across the UK. Yet, further afield, during their debut album campaign, the band travelled as far as Seoul, Europe, Australia, and America. The band have gained support from tastemakers such as Huw Stephens, John Kennedy, Janice Long, Clint Boon, and Rob Da Bank. The band now return with their second full-length record, Frequency via their new home, ModernSky UK. Recorded in Parr Street Studios with Chris Taylor (Ian Brown, Millburn), Frequency sees the band retain a sound they are known for, but does see them venture into a more refined, electronic sound. This new album is the sound of a band who have found their sound, but are unwilling to settle. Frequency does as every great second album does. It has the sonic moniker of a successful debut album, whilst showcases a band who are constantly pushing for more.

The Tea Street Band

Frequency

Modern Sky
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Album artwork for Frequency by The Tea Street Band
LP

£19.99

Released 09/11/2018Catalogue Number

0190296944581

The Tea Street Band

Frequency

Modern Sky
Album artwork for Album artwork for Frequency by The Tea Street Band by Frequency - The Tea Street Band
Album artwork for Frequency by The Tea Street Band
LP

£19.99

Released 09/11/2018Catalogue Number

0190296944581

Over their time together, Liverpool’s The Tea Street Band have created something of a cult following across the UK. Yet, further afield, during their debut album campaign, the band travelled as far as Seoul, Europe, Australia, and America. The band have gained support from tastemakers such as Huw Stephens, John Kennedy, Janice Long, Clint Boon, and Rob Da Bank. The band now return with their second full-length record, Frequency via their new home, ModernSky UK. Recorded in Parr Street Studios with Chris Taylor (Ian Brown, Millburn), Frequency sees the band retain a sound they are known for, but does see them venture into a more refined, electronic sound. This new album is the sound of a band who have found their sound, but are unwilling to settle. Frequency does as every great second album does. It has the sonic moniker of a successful debut album, whilst showcases a band who are constantly pushing for more.