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Toro y Moi Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Live Photos of Toro y Moi

Toro y Moi at Amsterdam, Netherlands in Melkweg 2022
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Toro y Moi
3 months ago
Apple t-shirt now available online! Plus 30% off holiday sale across the webstore from now through 11/28 (excluding music) 🍎 https://store.toroymoi.com
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Fan Reviews

Dinell
January 12th 2024
I will never forget this event. It was right before Covid. It was held in an old warehouse in an older part of the city. Entry was free, the beer/food was free, there were skate ramps all over the place and Toro killed it. Wish I could do it all again
Chicago, IL@
House of Vans - Chicago
Kermit
October 31st 2022
WHAT A BANGER SHOW. It was super chill and it had good balance between chill and dancing. The Greek was a super cool venue with good drinks and the merch was also amazing. 10/10
Los Angeles, CA@
Greek Theatre
justin
July 24th 2022
amazing experience. his shows with no live drums are real clubby and such a fun dancing and singing your ass off time. hope next time I get to see a set with a live drum kit. he was so close to us at one point and had impeccable energy. i will be seeing his live shows for the rest of my Christ forsaken days. thank you Chaz. luv u <3
Philadelphia, PA@
The Fillmore Philadelphia
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About Toro y Moi

Toro y Moi’s 'Sandhills' is both a tender love letter to Chaz Bear’s hometown of Columbia, South Carolina, and a poignant, bittersweet acceptance that one can never really go back home. Recalling Sufjan’s ‘Seven Swans’ or Karen O’s soundtrack work for ‘Where The Wild Things Are,’ these loping folk-pop songs are themselves a sort of Saturn return, reminiscent of Bear's first handmade CD-Rs as Toro y Moi. Bear gave them out to friends in the earliest days of the moniker, the releases stuffed in the Case Logic visor of their cars, and each listen brings a little more of that detail to life: the mall after which 'Sandhills' is named; the teenaged friends spending aimless hours there, full of big ennui and bigger dreams; the late-capitalist decline and empty big box stores of Sandhills today.

Chaz Bear, Toro y Moi, is now a globally beloved indie-pop icon. But “Sandhills,” with its banjo and lap steel flourishes and its wide-eyes wonder, concedes that you never quite totally rid yourself of those adolescent blues. You might just, if you're lucky, develop better mechanisms (or delusions!) with which to handle them. "Sidelines" tells the tale of aesthete putting himself through the high school football gauntlet. Even the closing novelty track “Said Goodbye to Rock n Roll” has all the makings of a Chris Stapleton hit if you just squint a little. Clear eyes, full hearts, sweet jams, can’t lose. Lyrically deft and deceptively heartbreaking, 'Sandhills' may be a brief pit stop between grand statements from Bear, but it’s brimming with rust, guts, big moods and love.
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Genres:
Indie Soul Pop

No upcoming shows
Send a request to Toro y Moi to play in your city
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Live Photos of Toro y Moi

Toro y Moi at Amsterdam, Netherlands in Melkweg 2022
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Latest Posts

Toro y Moi
3 months ago
Apple t-shirt now available online! Plus 30% off holiday sale across the webstore from now through 11/28 (excluding music) 🍎 https://store.toroymoi.com
View More Posts

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Dinell
January 12th 2024
I will never forget this event. It was right before Covid. It was held in an old warehouse in an older part of the city. Entry was free, the beer/food was free, there were skate ramps all over the place and Toro killed it. Wish I could do it all again
Chicago, IL@
House of Vans - Chicago
Kermit
October 31st 2022
WHAT A BANGER SHOW. It was super chill and it had good balance between chill and dancing. The Greek was a super cool venue with good drinks and the merch was also amazing. 10/10
Los Angeles, CA@
Greek Theatre
justin
July 24th 2022
amazing experience. his shows with no live drums are real clubby and such a fun dancing and singing your ass off time. hope next time I get to see a set with a live drum kit. he was so close to us at one point and had impeccable energy. i will be seeing his live shows for the rest of my Christ forsaken days. thank you Chaz. luv u <3
Philadelphia, PA@
The Fillmore Philadelphia
View More Fan Reviews

About Toro y Moi

Toro y Moi’s 'Sandhills' is both a tender love letter to Chaz Bear’s hometown of Columbia, South Carolina, and a poignant, bittersweet acceptance that one can never really go back home. Recalling Sufjan’s ‘Seven Swans’ or Karen O’s soundtrack work for ‘Where The Wild Things Are,’ these loping folk-pop songs are themselves a sort of Saturn return, reminiscent of Bear's first handmade CD-Rs as Toro y Moi. Bear gave them out to friends in the earliest days of the moniker, the releases stuffed in the Case Logic visor of their cars, and each listen brings a little more of that detail to life: the mall after which 'Sandhills' is named; the teenaged friends spending aimless hours there, full of big ennui and bigger dreams; the late-capitalist decline and empty big box stores of Sandhills today.

Chaz Bear, Toro y Moi, is now a globally beloved indie-pop icon. But “Sandhills,” with its banjo and lap steel flourishes and its wide-eyes wonder, concedes that you never quite totally rid yourself of those adolescent blues. You might just, if you're lucky, develop better mechanisms (or delusions!) with which to handle them. "Sidelines" tells the tale of aesthete putting himself through the high school football gauntlet. Even the closing novelty track “Said Goodbye to Rock n Roll” has all the makings of a Chris Stapleton hit if you just squint a little. Clear eyes, full hearts, sweet jams, can’t lose. Lyrically deft and deceptively heartbreaking, 'Sandhills' may be a brief pit stop between grand statements from Bear, but it’s brimming with rust, guts, big moods and love.
Show More
Genres:
Indie Soul Pop

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