Typhoon 2014 Tour Schedule
There's no better soundtrack for love than a Typhoon album, their beautiful arrangements
and haunting vocal harmonies building and cascading until they leave each listener with a sense of euphoria. This Oregon-based
band is an indie rock lover's dream, and music lovers everywhere can't help but listen in awe at the band's complicated yet
beautiful arrangements. Seeing Typhoon perform live is a truly unique experience and is unlike any other live performance
you've seen. Even though each live performance involves 12 or more band members, which some might think would lead to a cacophonous
performance, their coordination and arrangements are so spot on that you will be amazed at the beautiful music they create.
puts on such an eclectic and memorable show that you definitely don't want to miss them as they travel around the country
this April and June. With stops in Denver, Salt Lake City, Boise, Houston, and Kansas City, Typhoon is ready to bring their
stunning music to a city near you. Grab your Typhoon tickets on StubHub today and gear up to see a performance you'll never
Typhoon's roots date back to 2005 in Salem, Oregon, although they have since
moved to Portland. They decided to create a type of band so unusual that it would make people step back and think for a moment.
So while thirteen band members may seem excessive, each one adds its own special sound to Typhoon's music. There are three
drummers, three bass players, two guitarists, one keys/bells player, a bassist, a cellist, and a violinist. All of these instruments
are intrinsic to Typhoon's unique and lovely sound, and have helped define their own sound in the indie rock world.
2005, Kyle Morton and his friend Devin Gallagher began writing and recording songs that Kyle wrote during his freshman year
in college. Soonn after, many of their college friends became involved in the project, such as Tyler Ferrin, Jordan Bagnall,
Leah Ng, Toby Tanabe, Dave Hall, Eric Stipe, Conlan Murphy, Paige Morton, and several others. After getting some recognition
for what began as a side hobby, the band made their way to Seattle in 2006 to record their first album. They continued writing
music, practicing, and touring around the country to establish their name in the indie scene. They signed to the label Tender
Loving Empire in 2011, and their reputation continued to flourish in the indie music scene. Fans around the country fawn over
their impressive and complex collaborative skills, and they keep recruiting new fans with every show they perform.
of the most beautiful elements of Typhoon's music are its deep and thoughtful lyrics, which include themes of mortality, human
frailty, carnal desires, and other philosophical ideas. Morton, the songwriter of the group, writes songs based not only on
his own personal life, but also on books, history, and current events. After writing these thought-provoking lyrics, Morton
takes them to the rest of the band, who puts together the perfect musical arrangement for the lyrics. The entire process flows
organically, and this sense of beauty and ease can be heard in all of their songs.
has released four albums and two EPs: Typhoon (2005), Hunger and Thirst (2010), Boy Gorilla and Beyond (2011), White Lighter
(2013), Dearborn Sessions EP (2007), and A New Kind of House EP (2011). With their unique sound and beautiful songs, Typhoon
achieved celebrity-like status in Portland, and was even named on of Portland's best new bands by Willamette week. Typhoon
has also turned critical heads around the country as more and more people become familiar with their shockingly stunning sound.
Typhoon shares its band name with at least four other groups around the world, including a Dutch rapper,
a gothic/trance metal band from Poland, and a psychedelic French trance group. However, they are the only U.S. band to have
the name, and certainly the most well-known and acclaimed group touring under the name Typhoon.
for sensory overload, because Typhoon's haunting melodies and upbeat songs have the power to make you smile, cry, laugh, and
ponder the meaning of life. This indie orchestra group is gaining momentum in the music industry, but their down-home roots
are undeniable. Their integrity and authenticity as a band is one of the reasons why they have been able to produce such beautiful
music, and you won't want their set to end once they step on stage. Of course, Typhoon puts on an unforgettable performance,
and with anywhere from nine to fourteen members on stage all at once, you will always have somewhere to look.
miss out on seeing this intriguing new band perform at a venue near you and sign up for event alerts from StubHub, or buy
your tickets right away to ensure you catch Typhoon at one of their upcoming shows!