International Tiger Day: 5 bands to roar about
It’s International Tiger Day and to celebrate we’ll be studying several in their natural environment. Grab your binoculars, keep your arms and legs inside the vehicle at all times and enjoy.
First stop, Scranton, Pennsylvania where we’ll find four emo rock tigers. The band have recently signed to Hopeless Records and they’re currently working on music that’ll most likely turn into a shiny new album later this year.
Track them here: instagram.com/tigersjaw
Good Tiger prepare themselves for the release of their third album, Raised In A Doomsday Cult. It follows on from their impressive 2018 album We Will All Be Gone with a slight change in direction whilst still retaining those Circa Survive reminiscent vocals.
Track them here: instagram.com/goodtigerofficial
Next stop on the Tigers tour sees us visiting hardcore band, SkyTigers. Having released Eulorgy fairly recently, the band’s keeping Massachusets on their toes with their brutal blend of hardcore.
Track them here: instagram.com/skytigers_music
Found in Italy, grazing on a diet of the punk that so clearly influences them, this trio combines a touch of Ramones and Blondie and turns it all the way up to eleven. They’ve recently released their debut album, Five Things.
Track them here: instagram.com/smalltowntigers
High Five Tiger
Our tour ends in Fort Wayne, Indiana where we’ll find four tigers that make up pop punk band, High Five Tiger. Branding themselves as “Midwest Sad Bois” the band’s most recent EP, Six Songs and a Cover is out now and here’s their brand new single – released today.
Track them here: instagram.com/highfivetiger
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