Esplanade Presents: Music Mosaic (feat. ADOY)


Korean Indie Band ADOY (pronounced as “A-Doh-Yi) will be putting up their first show in Singapore at Esplanade’s new Music Mosaic Series on 29 November! The new music series is built on the foundations of the decade-long Mosaic Music Festival, and seeks to deepen the audience’s understanding and appreciation of musicians and their works as well as inspire Singapore’ music community.

Details of Event:

Date: 29th November 2018, Thursday
Time: 8PM (1 hour 30 mins without intermission)
Venue: Esplanade Annexe Studio (Free Standing)
Ticket Price: $45 (Standard), $40.50 (E&Me White Card, Student, Senior Citizens, NSF), $38.50 (E&Me Black Card), $55 (At Door)

Ticketing Details:

Tickets are available for purchase via Esplanade’s Booking Website.

Ah-DOh-Yi who?

Not familiar with ADOY? Read on to learn more about the band!

ADOY is a four-member electronic rock band from South Korea, and officially made their mark in the scene with the release of their first EP “CATNIP” in 2017. The team consists of members Oh Juhwan (Vocalist/Guitarist), Zee (Synthesizer), Jung Dayoung (Bassist) and Park Geunchang (Drums). The members were previously from prominent indie bands (such as Eastern Sidekick, From The Airport, donawhale), and here’s a fun fact! The group name ADOY as well as the group’s music were inspired by the cat living in member Juhwan’s house, named Yoda!

ADOY released their single YOUNG in May 2018 and subsequently released their second EP “LOVE” in June. They gained recognition for their unique dreamy and upbeat synth-pop sound, with the track “Wonder” (from “LOVE” EP) topping the Korean Apple Music Electronic Chart in the same month of release. They also received a nomination at the national Korean Music Awards for Best Modern Rock Song in early 2018.

Going Global

Dubbed by Buzzfeed UK as one of the “10 Korean Indie Bands That Should Be On Your Playlist”, ADOY scored opportunities to perform at numerous music festivals in South Korea, and they are now going global as well. Following their successful club tour in the England, the band will be heading to more overseas stops to perform in Bangkok (October), Singapore (November) and Taiwan (December).

Since ADOY’s songs are all sung in English, it is not difficult for English-speaking listeners to understand the message behind each song. Give ADOY’s music a listen and we hope you have a dreamy magical time with the group this November!

Watch ADOY on their journey in England. Select the Subtitles Icon for English Subtitles:

A Week with ‘LOVE”s ADOY

Listen to their music here on Spotify:

Check out ADOY’s social media accounts!


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