Performing at Splendour in the Grass,
Sydney Opera House and The Forum in July
Having just been announced for Splendour in the Grass and sideshows at the iconic Sydney Opera House & The Forum in Melbourne, Tycho give a first glimpse at new material with brand new track ‘Easy‘ out now on Ninja Tune via Inertia Music.
Tycho’s trademark vibrant, cinematic electronics is topped with hushed vocal descants, adding a new layer of instrumentation and hinting at a new direction for their next chapter, which is set to unfold over the summer of 2019. “Music can transport us to other realities but can also ground us firmly within ourselves” says Scott Hansen, Tycho’s primary composer, songwriter and producer. “After a trilogy of records spent exploring the outer reaches of experience I am focusing inward to reveal a human side to the music.”
With a hugely impressive 1.3 million album sales under their belt, Tycho are the GRAMMY nominated electronic music project led by Scott Hansen. Respected for both their music output and Scott’s graphic design work under the ISO50 moniker, they have produced and released a hugely successful back catalogue. Billboard-topping album Epoch saw huge success for the San Francisco-based group, culminating in extensive world wide touring, including standard sets across St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival in 2017.
In 2010 Hansen formed a live band and since then Tycho has toured extensively, performing at some of the most revered stages around the world – Coachella (2x), SXSW (Pitchfork stage), Field Day, Primavera (2x), Latitude, Bonnaroo, Outside Lands and many more. Tycho have been supported by Khruangbin, Todd Terje and Sylvan Esso, and have opened for an array of amazing artists including The XX, Alt-J, Skrillex and The Flaming Lips. They have been remixed by Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and Bibio and, in turn, have reworked tracks by Little Dragon, Maggie Rogers and ODESZA.
Australian Tour 2019
Sunday 21 July | Splendour in the Grass, Byron Bay (Sold Out)
Tuesday 23 July | The Forum, Melbourne
Wednesday 24 July | Sydney Opera House, Sydney