Mumbai, Aug 29 (IANS) Delhi-based music band “Kitchensink” is all set to perform its debut album at the National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA) here on Thursday, as the first stop of their album launch tour.
The album “Harmless Things”, which released in July, features 10 tracks written since the bands’ inception in 2014, and is reflecting of their journey ever since.
The album songs, according to a statement from NCPA, offer lyrical storytelling inspired by psychedelic rock and improvised music.
The five-member band will perform at Bengaluru and Hyderabad, in quick succession of the Mumbai event as part of its album launch tour.
It will conclude with a performance in Delhi on September 21.
The Western music band comprises Smiti Malik, Siddharth Jain, Adhir Ghosh, Amar Pandey, and Ritwik De.
It has performed at the Chandigarh Jazz Festival, The Friends of Music Concert Series, the Giants of Jazz Festival, the Jazz India Circuit Launch, and performance venues like The Piano Man Jazz Club and Depot 48.
The tickets to the performance cost Rs 500 each, and can be bought at www.bookmyshow.com.