Arriving via New York City, London’s Tiger Mimic certainly have an interesting sound. The still as of yet, unsigned quartet’s latest release Elephant Skeleton is like a dark edged synth chanson. One that takes some lovely little twists and turns. Inspired by stories of once-loved things falling into neglect, the song tells a mysterious tale of a garden fading while its owners sit, counting drops of rain, looking for an answer that will not come. Taken from their debut EP, set for release early next year. The sessions were recorded at London’s Livingstone Studios with with Grammy Award winning producer Matt Lawrence.
Formed after vocalists Bram Johnson and Jess Rhodes met in New York. They began making music together under a different band name. However, after vacationing in London and deciding to stay, they were joined by Bassist Ben Willis and George Latham on Drums to form Tiger Mimic.
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