A fan-favourite of Greek music lovers, the British band Tindersticks will make a single mid-summer appearance at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus.
Founded in Nottingham by Stuart Ashton Staples in 1991, the band was a refreshing entrance in British music scene. With its instantly recognizable traits – Staples’ soothing, refined, baritone voices, string, wind and percussion arrangements, gorgeous sad melodies, seductive lyrics – Tindersticks are a living legend.
The band’s music is atmospheric and full of imagery, with songs about unfulfilled love and still-burning passions. Their elaborate arrangements, combining electric guitars, drums and bass with acoustic instruments such as violin, contrabass, flute, glockenspiel, trumpets and clarinet, all comprise their captivating signature “Tindersticks sound.” The band combines romantic sensibilities and retro aesthetics in the best possible way, continuously refining their melancholy style, paying homage to soul music, and improvising on sensual jazz motifs.
Odeon of Herodes Atticus
- 13/07/2019 at 21:00
MEDIA KIT / PHOTOS
Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus | Little Theatre of Ancient Epidaurus | Peiraios 260 | Odeon of Herodes Atticus | Megaron - The Athens Concert Hall | Ancient Agora of Athens | Institut français | Piraeus Municipal Theatre | Lais Open Air Cinema | Museum of Cycladic Art | Athens Conservatoire | Pedion Areos | Archaeοlogical Site of Kerameikos | Roman Forum | Second Skin | Victoria Square Project | Athens | 15th Kypseli High School | six d.o.g.s | Vouleftikon Nafpliou | Ermou & Agion Asomaton pedestrian street | Museum of Greek Children’s Art | Pnyx Archaeological Site | Byzantine and Christian Museum | Chatzikiriakeio Foundation | Korai Square | 10th Piraeus Junior High School | 2nd Medical Unit of Piraeus | Club for UNESCO of Piraeus and Islands | Special School for Autism of Piraeus | Kokkinia Public Housing | Pyxida | Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Atene | Ancient Epidaurus primary school | Shedia | Lygourio Cultural Centre | Ergatika Square | House of Stratis Myrivilis | Ancient Epidaurus Port