Tigress release video for ‘Headaches’

Essex rock quintet Tigress recently released their new EP Like It Is on the 12th May via LAB Records – available on all good digital retailers. Commenting on the release vocalist Katy Jackson explains:

“We really let our musicality run free on this EP, we stopped thinking about what people wanted to hear and just created music that we like. We are so excited for people to hear our new sound and we hope they like it as much as we do.”

To celebrate the release, the band have dropped a music video for the their latest single ‘Headaches’, which premiered last month with Daniel P Carter on BBC Radio 1‘s Rock Show.

Watch and share here:

Commenting on the music video, vocalist Katy Jackson explains:

“We had a lot of fun shooting this music video some of us even had to learn to ride a bike again! The concept of the music video is based on the global mental health crisis that so many people are going through. The video and track focuses on the feeling of isolation – we wanted to convey the message of how anxiety can make someone feel.”

Another riff laden, polished and high-octane chunk of quality alternative rock that seems destined for radio, the track leans towards Tigress’ darker side and echoes the likes of Queens Of The Stone Age, Muse and Nothing But Thieves with vocalist Katy Jackson evoking shades of Evanescence vocal whirlwind Amy Lee in the hook-filled chorus.

The band are currently preparing for festival season where they will be appearing at Fort Fest amongst others. Further show and festival information can be found at www.tigressofficial.com

Tigress have previously seen coverage from Clash, Alternative Press, Kerrang! Magazine, Rock Sound, Metro, BBC Radio 1, BBC Introducing, Scuzz TV, Kerrang! TV, Kerrang! Radio as well as hundreds of regional stations and webzines.

Like It Is – five tracks of raw and relentless rock infused with strings and high-octane energy is available now: http://smarturl.it/Like_It_Is_iTunes
Like It Is tracklist:

1. Give Me A Chance
2. Power Lines
3. Headaches
4. Shockwave
5. Temper, Temper

Live Dates
23rd July – Work Hard Play Hard Festival, Kent
4th – 6th August – Fort Fest, Thurleigh

Danny Pearthttps://www.dannypeartphotography.co.uk
Editor / Live Music Photographer / Journalist at Soundcheck-Live

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