Finally, after three long years of begging organisers in Singapore to bring the eclectic Korean Indie band Hyukoh to our shores, they’re definitely having a concert here on 24 November 2017 at Zepp@BIGBOX to let their hauntingly beautiful voices fill our souls live.
Hyukoh debuted in 2014, stirring the Korean Indie scene with their EP ’20’, gaining popularity through the streets of Seoul for its catchy folk-like tunes and peculiar music arrangements.
This year, the kings of university concerts in Korea continues on this rollercoaster of success with the release of their first full length album titled ’23’ , showing off that distinct and unmistakable Hyukoh sound.
A band that encapsulates the essence of the new Korean youths, they set themselves apart through their music and fashion.
Heralded as THE band to watch by Beats President, Luke Wood, they sing songs of hope, desire, longing and love in whatever language they feel like. Be it Korean, Mandarin or even their own brand of Konglish, rest assured their music will translate to you.
If you’re like me, Catching Hyukoh Live is on my bucket list, and I can’t wait to tick it off. Tickets go on sale this 23 August 2017 at APACTix or Ticketflap. You’d better hurry as tickets have been known to sell out in under two minutes!
Date & Time: 24 November 2017, 8pm
Prices: S$98 (Advance), S$120 (Door) (Free-Standing)
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