“The Path” is a remarkable musical journey that showcases the band’s unique blend of influences and their ability to craft powerful, emotionally resonant songs
“... un bon vieux hard rock sans compromis."
"...good old hard rock without compromises"
“The Path” ... what I love most about this record is that purebred classic rock undertone that really pushes forward...
“The Path” ...vocals are sublime, tone is so very rich and haunting...
“Help Me Grow” is a standout track that solidifies its place as a promising band in the music industry.
"The Path' ... is a drum-packed experience featuring ear-healing vocals ....
...a magnificent track by Teku Syndrom, this is 'Blistered, Battered, Shattered'...
What and interesting (and uplifting) topic for a song (Help Me Grow)! Good job.
'Help Me Grow'...It's absolutely beautiful, I personally love it, I'll admit it to you right away!
With its heartfelt and meaningful lyrics, ‘Help Me Grow’ will definitely touch people’s hearts.
'Help Me Grow" is a rock power ballad...it even has more of an Anthem vibe. Love the leads vocals . And the guitar ok this track is awesome — especially that solo at the back end. Very well done.
Help me Grow was super inspirational and powerful. It had cinematic grace and was performed with heart. Love this vibe!
Un spectacle bénéfice aura lieu le 20 janvier prochain grâce à l’initiative de deux groupes de la région du Madawaska. Teku Syndrom et Fairweather seront sur la scène de la microbrasserie Ateepic qui leur fournira la salle gratuitement pour soutenir l’escale Madavic, un organisme qui aide les femmes victimes de violence physique, verbale et sexuelle du comté de Victoria - Madawaska.
Le groupe Teku Syndrom d’Edmundston aura une belle occasion de briller le 17 février à Témiscouata-sur-le-Lac, puisqu’ils seront en spectacle avec le légendaire groupe des années 90, Vilain Pingouin, pour la tournée d’adieu de ces derniers.
Teku Syndrom’s EP titled “The Path” is a remarkable musical journey that showcases the band’s unique blend of influences and their ability to craft powerful, emotionally resonant songs. This 5-track opus is a testament to the band’s talent and dedication to their craft, and it’s no surprise that it has been eagerly anticipated by fans from Canada’s East Coast and around the globe.
La scène musicale semble en pleine ébullition dans le Madawaska. Après La Patente et La Grosse Équipe, c’est au tour de Teku Syndrom de se lancer dans l'arène.
Les membres du groupe sont tous âgés entre 36 et 50 ans et ont tous un boulot à temps plein.
La musique, c'est pour eux un rêve devenu réalité.
Le EP The Path a été lancé au mois de mai et comprend cinq pièces.
Le premier extrait Help Me Grow a atteint la troisième position de l'émission Sweet Sunday Sound, de la station FM 89,5 & Canberra, en Australie.
A new EP release from Teku Syndrom hits all the rock sweet spots from classic styles and approaches to an alternative edge and everything in between, this record has hooks beyond hooks and both a real fists-in-the-air attitude.
The Path EP is a release that shows the makings of a band that has a true love for what they do, and they pay very close attention to their craft, but they do everything with heart and that is one of the strongest elements on the record in general.
“Help Me Grow” is a powerful and introspective musical offering that resonates deeply with listeners. This track showcases Teku Syndrom’s ability to craft poignant lyrics and combine them with a compelling melody, creating an unforgettable listening experience.
DEDICATED TO ALL OUR SERVING MILITARY FRIENDS: TEKU SYNDROM LEAPS TOWARDS THE LIGHT AT THE END OF THE PATH.
Taken from their spectacular 5-track EP to consume with utter satisfaction, Teku Syndrom sees the target in sight and drops a soldier-filled single for all those who wonder why they’re involved in such destruction on The Path.
Teku Syndrom is an Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada-based indie rock band who are 5-member strong and rattle the fences nearby with an exhilarating blend of powerfully designed music to start up all slow heartbeats.
Raz being interviewed by Terry from Atlantic Axess were they discuss the new album, 'The Path'.
Interview on a French radio station.
Questions answered by: Eric Toussaint, Lead Guitar, Band Founder
1. How did you get started with music and how did you develop your sound? Who thought of the name "Teku Syndrom" and is there any meaning behind it?
Music was part of my upbringing from an early age. My father was some sort of a DJ with his trusty vinyl collection and I was raised listening loudly to classic acts such as Styx, The Eagles, Babe Ruth, AC/DC and of course The Beatles. As I am a French Canadian we’d also listen to Offenbach, Corbeau, Code Morse and even Claude Barzotti. Moving into my teenage years we were fortunate enough to have a CD player as soon as they came out. Let me tell you that Bon Jovi’s Slippery When Wet was the first CD and the most played we had in the house alongside others such as Canadian rockers The Box and of course, Led Zeppelin...
The Inspirational and Warm Sounds Of Teku Syndrom
In a refreshing new single release, Teku Syndrom displays an array of warmth and vibrancy through gorgeous and lush layers of soundscape and textures that collectively create something that delivers quite an impactful message through a passionate performance.
"Help Me Grow" is given from one person's perspective and done with plenty of heart and some emotional backbone that make the song attach itself to you.
The track is piano based but also feature guitars and a full band that sit just behind wonderfully delivered vocals and all together the song gives off a heavily cinematic vibe.
There's something moving about this song and it's that aspect that grabs hold of you and doesn't let go.
The instruments are played with soul just as the vocals are saying with soul, and everything feels almost like...
Teku Syndrom Releases Lyric Video for "Help Me Grow," a Powerful Song Dealing with a Daughter's Gender Transition
"Help Me Grow" is Teku Syndrom’s first self-produced demo. From the band's promotional materials, the song "is an uplifting and inspirational song written for the guitarist’s daughter as she blossomed through her gender transition life awakening adventure. The lyrics are her dad trying to put her feelings into words as the family embraced her new beginning. With its heartfelt and meaningful lyrics, 'Help Me Grow' will definitely touch people’s hearts. Anyone that is going through a life changing experience or facing a challenge will find relief listening to Help Me Grow."
Since the song's release, it has reached a few milestons:
5/25/22- “Help Me Grow” released on digital music platforms.
5/25/22 - “Help Me Grow” lyrics video released on YouTube
5/27/22 - “Help Me Grow” released on commercial radios
7/18/22- “Help Me Grow” ranked #3 on “20 Jul week” , Valley FM 89.5 Sweet Sunday Sound, Canberra Australia....