Tritonal release new single “Diamonds” + Terminal 5 NYC show to celebrate Tritonia 250

Tritonal have smashed the first few months of 2019 with the release of their anthemic singles “Easy” and “Hard Pass” featuring Ryann. With their upcoming album U&ME on the way this spring, the duo are keeping their fans hyped with tons of tour dates and cravable singles ahead of the album’s reveal. Today, they share their newest dreamy single “Diamonds” featuring Rosie Darling’s europhic vocals.

Delivering a strong dose of Chad and Dave’s house infused signature sound, “Diamonds” takes listeners on a emotional ride. The track is a smooth, inspirational song, giving fans another taste of Tritonal’s forthcoming album. Mixed seamlessly with Rosie Darling’s beautiful vocal delivery, “Diamonds” is another immaculately produced Tritonal masterpiece added to their catalogue.

“Diamonds digs deep into the notions of pain and change, feelings that often cause us sorrow. If we can embrace them as our guides to evolve and grow, remembering that change is the universe itself, we can be well on our way to fearlessness.”  – Tritonal

With added support from Breathe Carolina and Shaun Frank, remaining stops on Tritonal’s U&ME tour include Chicago’s infamous Concord Music Hall, Boston’s House of Blues and Terminal 5 in New York City – which is home to a special show as it will be broadcasted live on Sirius XM to honor the 250th episode of Tritonia.

Tritonal are set to take over 2019 as they complete their U&ME tour and keep releasing new music. To find out more details for their upcoming U&ME album, as well as purchasing tickets for the rest of their tour be sure to click here.


3/8- House of Blues – Boston, MA

3/9- The Westcott Theatre – Syracuse, NY

3/12- Shrine – Ledyard, CT

3/14- Terminal 5 – New York, NY* Tritonia 250

3/15- Electric Factory – Philadelphia, PA

3/16- Echostage- Washington, DC

3/21- New Daisy Theatre – Memphis, TN

3/22- Buckhead Theatre – Atlanta, GA

3/23- The Ritz Ybor – Tampa, FL

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