Portland, Oregon indie-pop rock band TENTS will be bringing you their latest album entitled “Medicine” this Friday!  TENTS are excited to be premiering their music video for “Cashmere” via Madness To Creation.

Medicine is the sophomore effort of Portland based outfit, TENTS. It is a fist fight between melancholy and resolve.

Medicine sounds like an indie record that was made in the Northwest. The hooks, the production, and the sensibilities are of the fold. The sentiment, however, is not. It is on the front foot. It is brave, celebratory, and intent. In Medicine, TENTS departs.

Most of the songs on Medicine were conceived, not unlike a soundtrack, to videos Brian Hall created.

The video bursts of life, while celebrating the moments and feelings of all that life has to offer.  Brian Hall offers some cool videography with shots appearing to be of old home movies, the kind where the old film projector is being brought out, while offering some psychedelic elements into the shots.

The images that inspired Medicine resonate. The album scales many different terrains. At times full of joy, at others grief, these songs visit pain, but they erupt from inside of it, presenting the listener with the notion that life is full of beauty and meaning.

TENTS is Amy, Chris, and Brian Hall, joined by drummer Joe Greenetz (Sherwood) and Bassist, Matt Taylor (Motion City Soundtrack). Remi Aguilella (Daughter) also played Drums on Medicine.

“Finding light in the darkness, Tents strive to capture the sanctity they’ve found in each other and share it with the listener.” – Amazon

Medicine will be released through Badman Recording Co. (STRFKR, Mark Kozelek, The Builders and the Butchers) on October, 11, 2019.  The band will be supporting it with several videos and West Coast tour dates in Fall.

01. Medicine
02. Hutah!
03. Cashmere
04. 14 Years
05. Joy!
06. Insert Some Quarters
07. Sunlight Rays
08. Champ Call
09. Gold Teeth
10. Water Flowing UnderneathLINKS

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