Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs’ show at Koko in London on May 23rd will be globally webcast, presented by Deezer and Prefix Mag in the US. This will be TEED’s biggest headline show to date, previewing material from his highly-anticipated forthcoming debut album, Trouble, which will see a release on June 12th via Casablanca Records in the US. For those unlucky enough not to be there in person, this promises to be a must-see event and the perfect precursor for a summer of festival appearances.
Presented by Prefix Mag (US) & Deezer (Europe)
Watch the Live Webcast of the Show via Prefix Mag at 4:30pm EST Today!
Watch a Teaser Video of the Show below
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs has already gained an incredible reputation for his live shows, with his raucous festival dates becoming the stuff of legend, and recent sellout tours of UK, Europe and the States, consolidating his position as one of the most creative and vital new artists around right now. Orlando comments: “I’ve played around with the format of webcasting since the beginning of Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs. Koko will be my third broadcast like this and I’ve got some special things plan
If you’ve never seen Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs live, here’s your chance to see what you’ve been missing. And if you haven’t caught his new music videos for “Tapes & Money” or “American Dream Part II,” be sure to check them out too.
Created by Daniel Marhely in 2006, Deezer is a market leader in music streaming; worldwide 20 million people use the service in 49 countries; there are 1.5 million Deezer subscribers, more than 500,000 Facebook fans and almost 200,000 followers on Twitter. Deezer’s users can enjoy music discoveries every day and unlimited streaming and downloads of a great catalogue of 15 million tracks. Deezer’s music services do not rely on software downloads and are available on PC/Mac, all smartphones and many connected devices. In September 2011, Deezer announced a partnership with Facebook, an important international step that allowed Deezer to integrate its services into the world’s largest social network. On December 8th 2011, Deezer began its worldwide roll-out except in Japan and the US.
Keep an eye out for more US tour dates, coming soon!