Twelve Hours in Shanghai with Jets Overhead (Eloquence)

“Behind a dark wooden table in a teahouse called Huxington, a young Chinese woman pours water into a clear glass pot. The tincture is called Double Dragon, named after two white flowers that shoot up in elegant swirls from the bottom of the pot. The man who ordered it—Adam Kittredge, lead vocalist of Canadian indie five-piece Jets Overhead—is sweating through his t-shirt; it’s July, and Shanghai is hot.” Read full article here.

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