Brooklyn’s Teddy Midnight has returned to touring following a short break, joining NYC’s Rogue Agency and adding Chromatropic’s Danny Caridi as keyboardist. They recently launched a GoFundMe for their upcoming studio album, and will perform select shows in the Northeast this winter.
Teddy Midnight’s sound has always been eclectic, combining jam, house and funk, but are gearing towards a more electronic/dance sound, as evidenced in recent shows that pull on influences including LCD Soundsystem and Daft Punk. “We take a lot of influence from acts like Disclosure, Todd Terje and Caribou. These are groups
that bring studio quality music to the live stage with unforgettable performances,” says bassist Sean Silva.
Having written and recorded new music over the last six months, Teddy Midnight has two albums worth of material that will be released for free over the course of the year, and has started a GoFundMe to cover mastering at Joe Lambert Studio, who has mastered Animal Collective, Johnny Cash and more.
Listen to a teaser of French Press below and stay tuned for tour dates from Teddy Midnight.