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amazing

I love all of Tennis' music and I know this will be great. I love all the tracks released so far

Purely Amazing

No band, in my experience, has ever so consistently and so impressively given the dynamic that this group brings to the table. The perfect blend of witchy lyrics with both modern and archaic twists, with grooves that exude 70's psychedelic indie bliss. Their progression from Cape Dory to Yours Conditionally is mesmerizing to listen to, and there isn't a song on this album that doesn't put me into a trance. I have in these last few months fallen completely in love with Tennis and more people are sure to follow**

Still soooo amazing

Love the new album and their sound is still awesome! Luv it!

Biography

Formed: 2010 in Denver, CO

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Tennis are an indie pop duo comprising husband and wife Patrick Riley (guitar, keyboards, production) and Alaina Moore (vocals, keyboards). They met while students in Colorado, and after graduating college they bought a sailboat and spent seven months sailing along the Eastern Seaboard. Post-adventure, they moved back to Colorado, and after getting settled began recording songs that had a modern lo-fi feel but a sweet '50s pop heart. The songs were inspired by their trip and the discussions they...
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