RELEASE FIRST PART OF TWO PART DOCUMENTARY
UK TOUR STARTS THIS WEEK
ALBUM V •••– OUT NOW VIA RISE RECORDS
Los Angeles-based rock ‘n roll band TIGER ARMY have released part one of a two part documentary on the making of new album V •••– which came out earlier this year via Rise Records.
You can watch the documentary here or by clicking the image below.
Tiger Army start their tour of the UK and European this week with support by Frenzy at the following dates:
17th November Electric Ballroom London
18th November G2 Glasgow
19th November Sound Control Manchester
21st November Klinker Aarschot
22nd November Essigfabrik Cologne
23rd November Backstage Halle Munich
24th November White Trash Berlin
25th November Conne Island Leipzig
26th November Logo Hamburg
28th November KB Malmö
29th November Parkteateret Olso
30th November Pustervik Gothenburg
1st December Debaser Strand Stockholm
3rd December Tavastia Helsinki
4th December Pakkahuone Tampere
V ••• was produced and mixed by Grammy winner Ted Hutt (Old Crow Medicine Show, The Gaslight Anthem, Dropkick Murphys) and featuring Tiger Army vocalist/guitarist Nick 13, acclaimed bassist Dave Roe (Johnny Cash, Ray Lamontagne, Dan Auerbach) and drummer Mitch Marine (Dwight Yoakam), V •••– is Tiger Army’s first album since 2007’s Music from Regions Beyond.
Since their arrival in ’96, TIGER ARMY have drawn critical praise from the New York Times, performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, had a No. 1 Most Requested Song on influential LA radio station KROQ with the single “Forever Fades Away,” shared stages with artists such as Morrissey and Social Distortion and built a diehard international fanbase by blending punk grit and mid-century twang to thrilling effect. Last October, they held their long-running two-day Octoberflame festival at the Observatory in Santa Ana, CA. The dates, which sold out immediately, were the band’s first in two years and the shows’ electricity prompted the Orange County Register to write, “Maybe the most remarkable thing about Tiger Army’s set was how the band and audience seemed as in-step with each other as ever. If Nick 13 wondered whether Tiger Army would still have a strong fan base after so much time away from the stage, the Octoberflame concerts served the role of reassurance.”