Tiger Army have announced their sixth full-length album ‘Retrofuture’ out the 13th September via Rise Records. The album includes 13 brand new songs and was produced by Ted Hutt (Gaslight Anthem, Lucero, Old Crow Medicine Show, Dropkick Murphys.)

Speaking about the new album frontman Nick 13 says, ‘Retrofuturism is generally a visual aesthetic, but it got me thinking, it’s the perfect description for our sound!  The gear and instruments are mostly 1950s and 60s, but while the tones may be classic, we’ve always tried to push into uncharted territory musically with each release.  So the idea behind this record was to create our version of what someone might imagine future rock ’n’ roll sounding like, but from the perspective of the mid-20th century.’

Brimming with vintage fuzz, tape echo and reverb, the album’s thirteen tracks weave stylistically through vintage punk, garage and rock ’n’ roll, while still maintaining a curious modernity as influences from Latin music to surf shoot through like satellites in the night sky.  Present as always are the band’s signature melodicism and 13’s ethereal vocals.

The band will embark on the “Retrofuture Tour” in September, with dates through the end of 2019 taking them across the United States, Canada, the EU, UK and Mexico.  Fellow Angelenos SadGirl will support in the States, with Finnish post-punks Grave Pleasures supporting in Europe and the UK.

You can see Tiger Army in the UK at the following dates: 

25th November Rescue Rooms Nottingham
26th November Club Academy Manchester
28th November The Fleece Bristol
29th November o2 Academy Islington London

Tickets On Sale 14th June at 10am
‘Retrofuture’ follows last summer’s ‘Dark Paradise’ EP, the title track being the trio’s take on the Lana Del Rey song.  The EP drew on midcentury surf and exotica music, while the visuals reflected a love of Tiki subculture.  The single received airplay on KROQ in Los Angeles and various specialty radio stations around the country.  The release was supported solely by two sold out shows at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles as the rest of the year was reserved for writing what would become the new LP.