Essex pop-rock quintet Tigress are extremely pleased to announce that their new EP Like It Is will be released on the 12th May via LAB Records.
The five track EP includes their most recent single, ‘Power Lines’ which premiered with Clash magazine late last year. The song landed the band radio play from Huw Stephens and Daniel P Carter on BBC Radio 1. Kerrang! Radio’s Alex Baker – a big fan of the band, has supported the track heavily on his award-nominated Fresh Blood show.
The first single to be released from the Like It Is EP will be ‘Give Me A Chance’ on the 17th March with an accompanying music video. Artwork for the single can be seen below.
The band will be touring the UK with Counterfeit (fronted by Twilight’s Jamie Campbell Bower) in April. The first date of the tour is on the 18th in Leeds and concludes in Brighton on the 29th. Tigress will also be joining Counterfeit on their mainland Europe tour which starts in March. The band will headline the VocalZone stage at Teddy Rocks Festival on the 28th April. Tickets are on sale for all shows and details can be found at www.tigressofficial.com
Tigress have previously seen coverage from Kerrang! Magazine, Rock Sound, BBC Radio 1, BBC Introducing, Scuzz TV, Kerrang! TV, Kerrang! Radio as well as hundreds of regional stations and webzines.
Five tracks of raw and relentless pop-rock infused with strings and high-octane energy, Tigress will be revealing more new music from the EP over the coming weeks and months.
Like It Is will be released on the 12th May. Further details TBA.
Like It Is tracklist:
- Give Me A Chance
- Power Lines
- Temper, Temper
18th April – Key Club, Leeds *
19th April – Academy 3, Manchester *
20th April – O2 Academy 2, Newcastle *
21st April – Stereo, Glasgow *
22nd April – Rock City Basement, Nottingham *
23rd April – O2 Academy 3, Birmingham *
25th April – Fleece, Bristol *
26th April – The Underworld, London *
28th April – Teddy Rocks Festival, Blandford Forum
29th April – The Haunt, Brighton *
4th June – Camden Rocks Festival, London
23rd July – Work Hard Play Hard Festival, Kent