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Tease me, tease me, tease me…

By Maria Gregoriou

We all like to be teased and also be a bit of a tease ourselves, after all they do say that if someone teases you it is a sign of affection – although ‘they’ may say it to save our feelings.

Whatever the case, teasing definitely makes things a little more interesting, it can bring some mystery into our lives and it can raise our expectations.

All this is probably why the Larnaca based band that will be putting on a concert in Nicosia on Tuesday is called The Tease.

The Tease is a six-member band, who are Constantinos Lemesios on vocals and loops, Nicole Ardanitou on vocals, Petros Kkalis on drums and vocals, Andreas Vassiliou on guitar, Nektarios Ceasar on bass, and Aristos Christodoulou on keyboards.

The band has been performing live gigs for the past two years all over the island and now the funk, pop and rock band will once again give downtown Nicosia something to move its feet to.

If you have seen the band perform before, you know that you can expect unique covers of mostly mainstream songs from the 80s all the way up to today, including songs from Pink, Florence and the Machine, Radiohead, Depeche Mode, Michael Jackson, Bruno Mars, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Jamiroquai.

Lately the band has been experimenting with more alternative sounds, adding to their playlist songs that are not normally heard live. So also expect electronic sounds and loops, together with an energetic performance.

The blend of alternative music and mainstream hits makes for a complete package for people who are interested in good music and good fun.

The Tease
Open air concert by the band. September 29. Bank of Cyprus Cultural Centre, Nicosia. 9pm. Free. Tel: 22-128157

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