Tennyson today shares surprise visuals for ‘Rot’ album cut “Doors”. The video, directed by Ian Crann, whisks viewers through a nightmarish 90s era first-person shooter set to the backdrop of a glitchy and decaying Windows XP operating system. Malware popups abound before a deluge of ominous .jpg files and cascading system error dialogues floods the user’s desktop.

‘Rot’ came with much anticipation as Billboard featured Tennyson as one of 10 Dance Artists To Watch in 2022. The album also received glowing reviews from PopMatters and Exclaim! who said "Rot is an impressive first LP, and no doubt speaks to the young musician's promising future." Additional press support came from an in-depth production feature with Ableton while NPR Music and Paste Magazine listed ‘Rot’ in their respective notable releases for February. Notable playlisting support includes placements on Spotify’s Dance Rising, metropolis, Electronic Rising, OFF POP and Friday Crate Diggers playlists.

The album arrives three years after critically acclaimed EPs ‘Different Water’ and ‘Telescope’ from 2019. Tennyson has built quite a name in indie electronic over the past decade, headlining multiple tours throughout North America, Europe, and Asia, amassing over 60M streams on Spotify and garnering press coverage from the likes of The Guardian, NPR, Splice, Vogue, Complex, Billboard, FADER, Red Bull, Ones To Watch, Sidewalk Hustle, Chicago Reader, FACT, This Song Is Sick, and Dancing Astronaut among others.

‘Rot’ is out now on Counter Records.