Debut EP From Tiergarten
Brooklyn trio Tiergarten announce details of their first ever EP ‘Magnificent Desolation’ on 17th June 2016.
With a sound that has been described as “space rock” and post-hardcore with the latter possessing a somewhat glossy edge, Tiergarten look set to have a busy time next month with the release of their EP and the interest they’ve been generating with comparisons being given to Autolux, Failure and Interpol.
First track from the upcoming EP, ‘Aeons (Infinity Glow)’ has already been a part of this interest, with vocalist and guitarist Alex von Klemperer of Tiergarten providing some explanation behind this particular song: “The lyrics for “Aeons (Infinity Glow)” were influenced by a few people, but mostly focused on a friend. It’s about trying to save them from their self-destruction, only to realize that you can’t help them. They can only help themselves which makes it very difficult to watch. The song ties in with the theme of the album. Finding yourself in your darkest moments and using it to do something positive. Finding the light at the end of the tunnel, even if it takes Aeons.”
The band will be performing a couple of live dates in support of their debut release, details of which can be seen below:
05/28 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Gateway w/ No Shoes, Lazy Queen, and Kissing is a Crime
06/03 – Boston, MA @ ONCE Ballroom
‘Magnificent Desolation’ is out 17th June 2016