Following the release of their debut EP ‘Tranquilize’, Melbourne three-piece Telenova will return to Sydney and Melbourne after their sold out 'Bones’ tour earlier in the year, as well as playing debut shows in Brisbane and Adelaide. The announcement of a fourth hometown show comes after selling out three dates at Northcote Social Club.
Assembled by Chris Walla (Death Cab For Cutie) at an APRA SongHubs writing camp in early 2020, Telenova combines the alluring vocals of multi-disciplined creative Angeline Armstrong, alongside the refined musicality of Edward Quinn (Slum Sociable) and Joshua Moriarty (Miami Horror). With an air of quiet confidence, thanks to their self-directed cinematic aesthetics and trip-hop influenced production, Telenova trade in a sound that’s unequivocally Melbourne yet global in scope.
The EP and its lead single ‘Blue Valentine’ follow on from Telenova’s debut singles - ‘Bones’ and ‘Tranquilize’, both of which have found remarkably strong support from media, music platforms and radio alike. ’Tranquilize' has remained in the Top 50 most played tracks on triple j since release, and both singles have seen consistent support from community radio across the country