Kicking off 2019 stronger than ever, Tritonal just released another anthemic single titled "Easy" from their upcoming album, U & ME. Giving fans a taste of what they can expect from the album, the new single delivers a dose of the duo's house-infused signature sound.
Paying an ode to their traditional progressive style, the song's vocals by RYANN elevate it to a near sublime level. Joining Tritonal (consisting of Chad Cisneros and David Reed) is emerging U.K. artist Kapera, who brings a spine-tingling original sound to the single. While RYANN is known for her past collaborations with acts like The Chainsmokers, 3LAU, NERVO and more, Kapera appears on Enhanced Music for the first time with his work on “Easy.”
After announcing their extensive and anticipated U & ME tour last year, Tritonal has now announced added support from Shaun Frank and Breathe Carolina alongside some of the Enhanced family favorites Disco Fries, SJ and APEK.
Of the long list of tour dates from around the country, there are two which stand out. The first is their stop in Los Angeles at The Hollywood Palladium. The duo has teamed up with Sony’s new immersive audio experience, 360 Reality Audio, to record this performance.
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Not only does this make Tritonal the only act in the dance music space helping launch the product, but also one of only six acts having their performances recorded. The 360 audio recording will provide a music experience so immersive that fans will feel like they are at the live show. More information on Sony’s 360 Reality Audio can be found here.
In addition, the March 14th show at Terminal 5 in New York City will be a special one for fans, as that date celebrates 250 episodes of Tritonia Radio, which is featured on Sirius XM and syndicated across the globe. The live set from this celebration will be recorded as well as broadcasted real time.
Find more information and buy tickets for Tritonal’s upcoming U & Me tour here.
Tritonal U & ME tour dates:
1/25 - Roseland Theater - Portland OR
1/26- Showbox Sodo - Seattle, WA
1/29- Ace of Spades - Sacramento, CA
1/30- El Rey Theater - Chico, CA
1/31- The Catalyst - Santa Cruz, CA
2/1- The Hollywood Palladium - Los Angeles, CA
2/2- El Rey Theater - Albuquerque, NM
2/6- Fremont Theater - San Luis Obispo, CA
2/7- Rainbow Ballroom - Fresno, CA
2/9- Marquee Theater - Phoenix, AZ
2/14- Sky - Salt Lake City, UT
2/15- Gothic Theater - Englewood, 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 - Detroit, 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 - Ledyard, CT
3/14- Terminal 5 - New York, NY *Tritonia 250
3/15- 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