0005660057_10There’s nothing like a good rhythm-based song, it’s one of the key elements that draws me into any music, and today’s song is a perfect beat-driven tune.

TIGUE are a three-piece band whose music delivers rhythmic hooks and patterned drones, uniting home-grown creations with precision-built structures.

Praised for their energised and focused performances, the Ohio-born, Brooklyn-based members  (Matt Evans, Amy Garapic and Carson Moody) have worked together extensively on original and composed music for nearly half a decade.  Developing their sound from eclectic contemporary pop, pop, and avant-garde influences, their peculiar brand of pattern-pop generates a whirlwind of concepts, drawing from pioneering composers and breakthrough art-rockers.

Today’s song is titled ‘Mouth’ and is taken from their forthcoming album ‘Peaks’, which is due for release via New Amsterdam Records on November 13th

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