Tritonal has owned 2019 and consistently dropped bangers since they announced their new album. With U & Me set to release this spring, the duo has steadily been releasing tracks off the album giving their fans a taste of what’s to come.
Their latest release comes in as “Hard Pass” which features vocals from Ryann, who also collaborated with the duo on their previous releases. The track is also accompanied with a music video.
Currently in the midst of their massive U & Me Tour, Tritonal (consisting of Chad Cisneros and David Reed) released their newest single today. While “Hard Pass” has the duo’s signature progressive pop sound stamped all over it, the track about denial is enhanced by Ryann’s euphoric vocals.
While the Texas-based DJ duo may be known for their progressive/electro house hits, with every passing release from the new album, they are surely but steadily leaning towards a more pop-infused sound.
Late last year they announced their extensive and anticipated U & ME tour with not just support from Shaun Frank and Breathe Carolina but also some of the Enhanced family favorites Disco Fries, SJ and APEK.
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With the tour well underway, they have already made stops at pivotal venues such as Roseland Theater in Portland and The Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles. Upcoming stops include Chicago’s famed Concord Music Hall, Washington DC's Echostage and Terminal 5 in New York City - which is home to a special show as it will be broadcasted live on Sirius XM to celebrate the 250th episode of Tritonia Radio.
Find more information and buy tickets for Tritonal’s upcoming U & Me tour here.
Download/Stream "Hard Pass" here.
Tritonal U & Me Tour Dates:
2/15- Gothic Theater - Denver, CO
2/16- Fox Theater - Oakland, CA
2/21- Kilroy’s Sports Bar - Bloomington, IN
2/22- Stereo Live Houston - Houston, TX
2/23- Stereo Live Dallas - Dallas, TX
2/28- Canopy Club - Urbana, IL
3/1- Concord Music Hall - Chicago, IL
3/2- Elektricity - Pontiac, MI
3/6- The Rex - Pittsburgh, PA
3/7- Town Ballroom - Buffalo, NY
3/8- House of Blues - Boston, MA
3/9- The Westcott Theatre - Syracuse, NY
3/12- Shrine - Mashantucket, CT
3/14- Terminal 5 - New York, NY* Tritonia 250
3/15- North Seventh aka Electric Factory - Philadelphia, PA
3/16- Echostage- Washington, DC
3/21- New Daisy Theatre - Memphis, TN
3/22- Buckhead Theatre - Atlanta, GA
3/23- The Ritz Ybor - Tampa, FL