Khruangbin at The Greek Theatre

Khruangbin Tickets

Greek Theatre - U.C. Berkeley | Berkeley, California


A mighty indie trio is aiming for the skies. Following their massive 2020 release with "Mordechai" taking over the global stage, Khruangbin is ready for takeoff. Now, the band is set to drop their upcoming LP "A LA SALA" this April. Driven by its lead single "A Love International", the psych-rockers offer fans a taste of what to expect from Khruangbin's upcoming surprise. Known for their unique blend of influences from Thai funk, East Asian pop, American R&B, soul, Jamaican dub reggae, and massive hints of other global influences. Fans have surely waited patiently for the iconic trio's new material. It follows their collaborative album "Ali"with Vieux Farka Touré back in 2021. Now, with a new record of their own, the psych-rockers are launching their highly-anticipated tour for "A LA SALA". Part of the trek is a special stop at Greek Theatre Berkeley on Thursday, August 15. Don't miss out by booking your tickets now!

Rooted in Houston, one of the indie scene's most iconic psych-rockers is back in the game. Announcing their newest album "A LA SALA", Khruangbin is launching a brand-new era, taking their music to the skies. Homebound, the record's name translates into "To The Room", hinting at the feeling of home. Driven by its lead single "A Love International", the band is sharing all the love, soaring to great heights in an exciting new year for music.

"A LA SALA" comes out on April 5th. Khruangbin is kicking off their massive headlining tour in support of the new album after a very special Coachella performance. Fans are surely in for wild nights of the band's biggest hits and rockin' new anthems. It's their first album in four years, and everyone's been waiting for this very moment.

Known for their unique blend of global genres including Thai funk, Middle Eastern pop, Jamaican dub reggae, R&B, and a touch of soul, Khruangbin's sound is characterized by its diversity, offering a surprise in every tune. It's music that can connect and heal people, all by the power of sounds that shape music around the world.

Though they're body of work takes inspiration from different cultures globally, Khruangbin emphasizes that they don't intend to "copy" or "replicate" a sound. The iconic trio is genuinely inspired and motivated to create a unique body of work that highlights the world's diverse sounds. Infusing these influences into one song like no other, we've all been blessed by the power of Khruangbin's music. Their name taken from the Thai word for "airplane", every track definitely sends listeners to the skies.

"We want to be able to go to Thailand and Ethiopia one day, play our songs and have them make a connection with the people there — that they can hear their music, but it's not a copy," Laura Lee shared via The Source Weekly following the release of their third LP "Mordechai".

Launching a new era through "A Love International", Khruangbin's new album is an ode to the band's legacy of diverse creativity. Knocking at every heart, you can expect a sonic experience from the trio like no other. In an official statement, the band shared that "the building blocks…for ‘A La Sala’s’ 12 songs were jigsaw pieces found in Khruangbin’s creative past,"

Composed of fragments and inspirations that the band has yet to explore, it is a combination of ideas previously saved for another day. "Having stockpiled ideas originally set down as off-the-cuff recordings (voice-memos made at sound-checks, on long voyages, as absentminded epiphanies), they began fitting those pieces together in the studio for ‘A La Sala’."

As "A LA SALA" schedules its arrival on April 5th, make sure to gear up for a sonic experience taking flight real soon. Don't miss out on Khruangbin's live show at Greek Theatre Berkeley on August 15 by booking your tickets now!

Khruangbin at Greek Theatre - U.C. Berkeley

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