Tigercub are setting themselves up for a pretty busy 2017. With EU tour dates already penned in for this month, they’re also set to provide main support on Pulled Apart By Horses’ UK headline tour later in the spring.
On top of this, they’ve also shared a new video for ‘Control’, which is basically the band larking around their hometown of Brighton and being a bit daft.
“We wanted to take a more candid approach and just be ourselves in this video,” the band say, “[to] contrast it with the emotional weight of the song. The 3 of us were all talking big about our bowling skills, lack of real life meerkat experience, thirst for bingo and cheap arcade machines. We had probably the best day ever. Like 3 kids birthday parties in an 8 hour period.”
‘Control’ is taken from the band’s debut album ‘Abstract Figures In The Dark’. Watch the new video below.
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