Just when you think indie music cannot get any better, bands like Daughter pop up. The group was a best-kept secret in the underground music scene which worked like this for a couple of years before surfacing on the mainstream in 2010. Coming out, the band became the hottest indie-folk act in Britain and this major musical concern began selling out to large crowds in London. It only took an EP to prove what the band is capable of. It was released in 2011 and was titled His Young Heart. Another one came later that year titled The Wild Youth. Both these EPs garnered positive reviews, encouraging the band to take its musical endeavors to the next level. “Smother” is the band’s first single which was released in the October of 2012 to the much pleasure of indie fans. Daughter’s popularity became infectious and it started making a name beyond its native London as well with Daughter tickets enjoying high demands.
Daughter is fronted by Elena Tonra who started it as a solo project but then was joined by Igor Haefeli to play guitars and Remi Aguilella as the drummer. In fact, it was more of a musical partnership of Tonra and Haefeli, adding Aguilella in the mix. The band started playing gigs at a small scale around clubs and bars in the capital, catching attention of the record labels that came wagging their tongues after the debut demo of Daughter. One finally got the band to sign with it and hence started the professional musical journey of Daughter with the release of His Young Heart, its first EP. They got support from UK’s major tastemakers and that’s how it got its name out in the bigger pool. Also, the band’s appearance on Late Night with David Letterman gave it a much-needed boost to let the world know of Daughter’s arrival. The band got luckier when it was signed by a major label 4AD to work on its debut album.
Daughter gained instant fame because it introduced a new kind of folk and indie-pop sounds; a welcome change. Some has described the music of Daughter as a mix of Florence + the Machine and Ingrid Michaelson. The review from vogue.com says the band "masterfully blends fluttering, heart-on-the-sleeve acoustic ballads with brooding, ambient soundscapes." The group has garnered positive attention from fans and critics alike since its inception. A number of Daughter songs have been taken for television series and advertisements because of their catchy tunes. The ad in promotion of Tour De France on UKTV featured the song "Youth" and it was also taken for the ad in promotion of Fight Club: A History of Violence on the same channel. The song "Medicine" and "Home" were featured in The Vampire Diaries and Grey’s Anatomy, two popular shows in the U.S. As the sound of the band is so much in line with modern pop culture, it is the best choice of portrayal in ads and TV series.
Since the time of the formation of the band, it has been highlighting tours and performing extensively. The band received quite a lot of popularity from the airplay of Radio1 and that helped it gather a considerable fan following. It kept growing, to the point that a performance at London’s Assembly Hall in 2012 saw 700 attendees. The band teamed up with Beirut, a famed US alternative-rock band, for their summer tours and performed at some big music festivals like Green Man and Bestival. As much as the band sounds remarkable on the airwaves, it is even more amazing to hear it in person.
People like to discover this trio’s sweet, beguiling melodies and that is why Daughter tickets have become the top commodity for the indie-folk fans. Live concert of this up and coming band is the best event to go to and luckily for interested people, this band performs live a lot. Listening to band’s music can instantly hook the listener and that is the reason of its viral popularity.
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