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Tigers Jaw and Foxing to support Manchester Orchestra in October

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Tigers Jaw | photo by Jimmy Fontaine | courtesy of the artist

If you were already super pumped for the Manchester Orchestra show this fall after catching its Free At Noon Concert, then you might want to sit down for this news. Not only will the Atlanta five-piece’s soaring sounds echo through The Fillmore in October, but they’ll be joined by Scranton duo, Tigers Jaw, and St. Louis post-rock outfit, Foxing. Holy emotional angst-fest. Continue reading →

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Photo Recap: Tigers Jaw, Saintseneca and Smidley packed the Union Transfer

Tigers Jaw | photo by Rachel Del Sordo

Hometown heroes Tigers Jaw returned to Philadelphia Friday night with a packed gig at Union Transfer. The band is touring in support of their latest album Spin which was released May 19th on Black Cement Records. Accompanying Tigers Jaw on this tour is the indie folk band Saintseneca along with Smidley, a new project from Foxing lead singer Conor Murphy. Check out the full photo gallery from the night Continue reading →

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Tigers Jaw at Union Transfer, Cheerleader at Johnny Brenda’s, Geisha Facade at The Barbary and more…

Tigers Jaw | photo by Jimmy Fontaine | courtesy of the artist
Tigers Jaw | photo by Jimmy Fontaine | courtesy of the artist

Scranton’s Tigers Jaw make their highly anticipated appearance at Union Transfer tonight. Touring in support of this year’s spin, the duo recently filmed a Tiny Desk Concert at NPR Music; watch that set below and pick up tickets for the all-ages show with Saintseneca and Smidley here.

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Tigers Jaw announce new record spin and US tour with the popping power of “Guardian”

Tigers Jaw | courtesy of the artist
Tigers Jaw | photo by Jimmy Fontaine | courtesy of the artist

Scrantonites Tigers Jaw are freaking back, and man are they better than ever. The duo announced their fifth full-length spin, due out on May 13th through producer Will Yip’s new Atlantic Records imprint Black Cement Records. The announcement also came with a behind-the-scenes music video for the record’s first single “Guardian” and plans for a full US tour set to hit Union Transfer on June 23rd.

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Watch Balance and Composure cover the Tigers Jaw deep cut “Coil/Recoil”

Balance and Composure | Photo by Sydney Schaefer for WXPN | sydneyschaeferphotos.com

Balance and Composure are spreading some Scranton love, performing a stripped-down cover of Tigers Jaw’s “Coil/Recoil” from the 2010 record Two Worlds for Z100 New York. Rocking just enough flannel in front of a caffeinated backdrop, the Doylestown quintet clapped their way to an intimate version of a TJ deep cut (and boy, do they nail it). Continue reading →

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Just Announced: Sheer Mag, Tigers Jaw and more come to Boot and Saddle for charity “Peace and Noise” series in January

Boot and Saddle can always be counted on to host killer shows and bring together good people for good causes whenever the chance comes their way.

This January is no different: the South Philly music venue just announced a three- series in January called “Peace and Noise.” Each show will benefit a charity of the headliners choice. Tom May and Greg Barnett of The Menzingers open it up on January 11th, Sheer Mag continues on the 18th and an acoustic set by Tigers Jaw on the 25th. Continue reading →

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Brianna Collins of Tigers Jaw is selling prints of her photography

It’s great when musicians share photos they’ve taken on tour with fans – it’s like you’re one step closer to being out on the road with them, seeing what they’re seeing and getting a glimpse into how they unwind between shows. Brianna Collins of Scranton’s Tigers Jaw recently shared a few new prints in her Big Cartel store from past tours and trips, including a breathtaking foggy snap of Snoqualmie Falls in Washington State (made famous in the opening credits of Twin Peaks), some resting wildlife in Japan’s Nara Park and the original photo used for the band’s 2013 Hum 7″. The prints come with a handwritten note and are numbered. Check them out here and listen to Tigers Jaw cover The Cure’s “In Between Days” below.

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