Denver Band Tennis Gets Back To Basics With ‘Yours Conditionally’

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Tennis: Patrick Riley (left) and Alaina Moore

Editor's Note: During this interview, a reference was made to the band sailing in The Gulf of Mexico; it was actually the Gulf of California.

For their new album, “Yours Conditionally,” the Denver band Tennis went back to basics. The husband-and-wife duo of Patrick Riley and Alaina Moore rented an A-frame cabin in Frasier, set up a makeshift studio, and, between cooking dinner and doing laundry, recorded the albums 10 new songs, including In The Morning Ill Be Better and Modern Woman.

Riley and Moore spoke with Colorado Matters host Ryan Warner.