Team Me release their debut album in March. The video for 'Show Me' sees the Scandinavian band at their quirky best; showing the band in a series of retro settings, with outfits ranging from dinner jackets to military outfits and paisley patterned shirts. Part way through, their dinner is served by a lady seemingly dressed as a butterfly and the montage of esoteric settings makes the perfect backdrop for their Shins-style pop.
The album, entitled To The Treetops! is a landmark in the band's evolution from a collection of songs written by Marius D. Hagen, to a fully-fledged, multi-instrumental band. Their debut full-length recording is set for release on 5th March on Propeller Recordings. Having toured throughout Europe in 2011 and performed at festivals such as The Great Escape in Brighton and Berlin Independent Nights. The band will shortly be embarking on a full European tour, following a stint supporting The Wombats.
11th Jan - Ekko - Utrecht, Netherlands
12th Jan - Stadsschouwburg @ Eurosonic Festival - Groningen, Netherlands
29th Feb - Lido - Berlin, Germany
1st March - Loppen - Copenhagen, Denmark
2nd March - Molotow - Hamburg, Germany
3rd March - Gleis 22 - M_nster, Germany
4th March - 59:1 - Munich, Germany
5th March - Geb"ude 9 - Cologne, Germany
7th March - The Lexington - London, UK
9th March - Rotonde - Brussels, Belgium
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