On January 18th 2019, Tiger Mimic released their Debut EP ELEPHANT SKELETON.
It is available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Deezer, & Tidal!

Simply put, this EP is awesome. Tiger Mimic have got themselves a superb EP in the form of Elephant Skeleton. It manages to shift into numerous directions throughout each of the five songs featured, and does so in a way that keeps things concise without ruining the momentum. It’s so much fun listening to this, it’s so good.” - Sounds Good Blg

Throughout the EP each song is so polished it is exciting to imagine where this band will end up, and we will definitely be keeping an eye out! “ – Dr Vinyl Mag

We knew we’d be in for something good, but Tiger Mimic have surpassed expectations here with an impressive record that is a tonne of fun, featuring content that is really memorable, well put together and has more than enough variety to keep it fresh.” – Small Music Scene

”Current Obsession: The spooky, sultry new single [ I TOOK OFF MY BODY ] from London-based indie-rock outfit Tiger Mimic. Equal parts slinking and edgy, it’s unlike anything we’ve heard before and worth a thoughtful listen” – The Music Mermaid (Twitter)

Our standout is the premiere single, DON’T COVER UP MY EYES. The track immediately begins with a bass groove that is so seedy and undeniable. As the song continues with Rhodes’ vocals and the jagged guitars, we’re completely enamored.” – The Girls At The Rock Show

[ I TOOK OFF MY BODY ] A reflection on the world’s tendency to make judgments based on what they see, all the while neglecting to see the real person inside, Jess’s sultry vocals drift upon mesmerising intertwining guitar and bass parts and toe-tapping drums before kicking into its anthemic chorus and grooving riffs.” – She Makes Music

“Tiger Mimic approaches grooves with a focus and swagger that only maturing musicians can achieve.." – Souno Mazzi

ELEPHANT SKELETON is a packed, brilliant and original song from a band that are fully-formed and fantastic. If this is what their material sounds like so early; it is scary how good they can be in a few years from now.” – Music Musings & Such

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