Tennis to perform sold out show at Toronto’s Horseshoe Tavern

Husband-and-wife indie pop duo Tennis will perform for a sold-out crowd at Toronto’s legendary Horseshoe Tavern on Saturday, March 11 at 9 p.m with special guest Overcoats.

Tennis, which features Alaina Moore (vocals, keyboards, guitar) and Patrick Riley (guitar, bass), will release fourth studio long-player, Yours Conditionally, the day before the Toronto gig through their own label Mutually Detrimental. The album was preceded by lead single “In the Morning I’ll Be Better.” Other stand out tracks include “Please Don’t Ruin This For Me,” “Ladies Don’t Play Guitar,” and “Modern Woman.”

The duo previously released Cape Dory (2011), Young & Old (2012), and Ritual in Repeat (2014).

Cape Dory, their debut album, was released in January 2011 via Fat Possum Records and features the single “"Marathon.”

Sophomore effort, Young & Old, was released in February 2012 through Fat Possum Records. Supported by lead single “Origins,” the album also included the tracks “My Better Self” and “High Road.”

Ritual in Repeat, the duo’s third LP, dropped in September 2014 on Communion Records. The album, produced by Patrick Carney (The Black Keys), Jim Eno (Spoon), and Richard Swift (The Shins), spawned the singles “Never Work For Free” and  “'I'm Calling.”

New York-based female duo Overcoats, comprised of Hana Elion and JJ Mitchell, are gearing up to release their debut studio long-player, Young, on April 21 via Arts & Crafts. The album, produced by Nicolas Vernhes (Dirty Projectors, The War On Drugs) and Autre Ne Veut, features the lead single “Hold Me Close.”

This sold out event is 19 and over. The legendary Horseshoe Tavern is located at 370 Queen Street West in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. For more information, visit the Tennis website, the Overcoats website, and the Horseshoe Tavern website.