Fans see indie band frontman as relationship guru

Greg Gonzalez and the rest of Cigarettes After Sex will perform at music and arts festival Neon Lights on Saturday.
Greg Gonzalez and the rest of Cigarettes After Sex will perform at music and arts festival Neon Lights on Saturday.PHOTO: EBRU YILDIZ

It has been quite a few years since American indie band Cigarettes After Sex started to build a global following with their gauzy, ambient-pop songs but frontman and principal songwriter Greg Gonzalez is still surprised by how far their music has spread.

The band have been on tour around the world since 2016 and will be back in Singapore to perform on Saturday, the second night of three-day music and arts festival Neon Lights at Fort Canning Park.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 08, 2018, with the headline 'Fans see indie band frontman as relationship guru'. Print Edition | Subscribe