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Dreaming of Yesterday is The Tiger Moths’ Single Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
I already reviewed The Tiger Moths in the past but this band is back with a new cool single and this is what I think about it.

Dreaming of Yesterday is The Tiger Moths’ Single Out Now

This song somehow touched my soul.

An introspective, nostalgic tune that however makes you see the light at the end of the tunnel. The contrast between the uplifting music and the lyrics is very interesting. The Tiger Moths manage to bring mixed emotions together in one piece of music.

The rhythmic, dynamic, and harmonic construction of Dreaming of Yesterday is rich and refined.

These guys know how to do it, they have great compositional skills and above all, it is evident that when they play together there is an enviable alchemy.

The song flows well and manages to entertain the listener from the first to the last second.

The vocal interpretation is excellent with that vocal timbre that has “Dylanian” overtones.

Absolutely confirmed.

Dreaming of Yesterday is The Tiger Moths’ Single Out Now!

Nostalgic and Intense!

Dreaming of Yesterday is The Tiger Moths’ Single Out Now

‘Dreaming of Yesterday’ is a song borne out of a longing for the past and reflections on what might have been, it is also about weathering hardship and, ultimately, hope for a new tomorrow. Recorded in North London in the band’s makeshift home studio, ‘Dreaming of Yesterday’ captures The Tiger Moths at their rollicking best, as a shuffle beat overlaid by twin Fender Telecasters and a vintage Rhodes combine to recreate a lost sound from another time.

In a world that’s constantly changing, and can swing from deep frustration to glorious creation, ‘Dreaming of Yesterday’ is a passionate and visceral account of despair, loss, perseverance and hope, neatly presented in a manner and style befitting the roots Americana of the late 60s/ early 70s period.

The Tiger Moths are a five-piece Americana inspired rock band from London. Heavily influenced by the late 60s/ early 70s folk-rock and country rock scenes, the Moths combine alt-country guitar runs, jazz-infused piano and a thundering rhythm section to forge a new and exciting twist on the Americana genre.

An established live act on the London scene, the band were due to play the semi-final of the Isle of Wight Festival New Blood competition, as well as Camden Rocks Festival, before the pandemic struck in 2020. But they haven’t let the virus slow them down and, with a couple of EPs already behind them, their debut full length album is due out in the autumn.

Formed from the ashes of King of Spain and Erin Black and the Devil’s Hand. they are Rich Orpin (vocals, guitar, harmonica), Alex Rosenberg (piano, vocals), Tom Watson (bass, vocals), Dave Moschini (drums) and Tom Fleming (guitar). 

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