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E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like – Tired all the Time

Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Tired all the Time. I discovered this  Band while shuffling songs on Spotify and I liked the positive vibes of their music.

The sound of this band at first glance reminded me of Weezer.

I really liked the sounds used, very original and interesting.

The distorted guitars in particular have impressed me because they are very gritty but not fuzzy, I do not like electric guitars too fuzzy and Tired all the Time have managed to find an enviable balance.

I liked also the solo that is so sonically exasperated.

We can easily say that these guys love to experiment but they manage to find the right balance without ever bordering on something too artificial.

In my opinion, they have developed an excellent musical taste and they have been able to implement a unique and innovative sound.

A band that offers non-trivial music and that keeps the attention high on every little detail.

The Board is Tired all the Time’s Single Out Now!


Unique sound, Unique Music!


 

Tired all the Time (a.k.a. TATT) are an alternative rock group from Washington, DC. TATT’s music blends a range of genres such as post-punk, noise rock, neo-psychedelia and sludge. The group stands out for the unorthodox artistic choice of enhancing their dystopian theme by appropriating language and aesthetics from the corporate, medical and pharmaceutical industries. Their lyrics often explore subjects related to sociogenic anxiety, societal disparities and future uncertainty.

Active since 2017, TATT has performed extensively throughout Eastern United States. sharing the stage with notable acts FEEDER, Zen Mother, and Your 33 Black Angels.


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