LITTLE TIGER MERCHANDISE NOW AVAILABLE

If you couldn’t make it to Little Tiger’s Album Release Party Saturday, or if you were too busy dancing to buy a shirt, Pathos Screenprinting has you covered. For a limited time, they’ll be offering the same prints as were featured at the live-printing event.

Better act fast though–this virtual popup store is only up for another week or so. Thank you for supporting local businesses and artists.  Apparel will be available 2-3 weeks after the online store closure.

And if you haven’t checked out Little Tiger’s new album, ‘Strangers in This Land’, you can find it here.

New Album Now On Bandcamp

Our new album ‘Strangers In This Land’ is now available for download through Bandcamp! Today (May 6th) Bandcamp is waiving their revenue share (they usually take 10-15%) to help support the many artists who have seen their livelihoods disrupted by the pandemic. We hope you enjoy ‘Strangers In This Land’ and we’re really looking forward to playing these songs live.

Can’t Stand Still

We’re stoked to release our first song off of our new album, Strangers in This Land, with you. It’s called Can’t Stand Still, and we think it will give you a taste of how we’ve been evolving as a band over the last two years. We hope you enjoy the video, too! The full album is also now available for purchase on Bandcamp. We’ll be playing our full album at our album release party this Saturday, May 7th, at the Grove House, with special guests Adam Burns (Solo), Range of Light Record Club, and Pathos Screen Printing. Thanks for listening, and watching, and we hope to see you Saturday!

ALBUM RELEASE PARTY – SATURDAY, MAY 7TH

The last three years have been challenging, but transformational. We have had the time and space to dig deep into what inspires and moves us, and to write, play, and evolve Little Tiger into something new. Please come out and join us on Saturday, May 7th at 6 pm at the Grove House in Mariposa, where we’ll at long last share our new album with you. We’ll take you on a journey through a new wave/synth pop landscape that will ground you in things long forgotten, and open your heart to what is yet to come.

Music will kick off at 6 pm with a DJ set from Mariposa’s beloved vinyl connoisseur, the Range of Light Record Club and a solo set from Adam Burns. Little Tiger will follow, and we’ll wrap up with another hot set from Range of Light Record Club to close out the night. Throughout the evening, Pathos Screen Printing will be on hand doing live screen printing of Little Tiger, Grove House, and their own original designs on your garments of choice. And as always, the Grove House will be serving up their beautifully crafted food and drinks.

Come on out for this no-cover show! We’ve missed you, and can’t wait to reconnect and celebrate with you.

New Song on Bandcamp

Like most artists, Little Tiger has been on a hiatus from performing live over the last eight months, but we’ve been taking advantage of our time at home by writing and practicing new songs. Here’s our first fledgling song to leave the pandemic nest…”The War Is Over”.

Little Tiger with WARGIRL July 19

Little Tiger is excited to announce that we’ll be opening for WARGIRL at the Grove House in Mariposa on Friday, July 19th. Don’t miss the chance to see this great Long Beach band at an intimate venue. Their debut album is out now – featuring the singles ‘Poison’ & ‘Mess Around’: https://wargirl.lnk.to/WargirlAF . They describe their sound as “Garage rock, afrobeat, and dubby smooth jazz played through broken speakers with some pop thrown in. With Marika Dahlin, Enya Preston, Tamara Raye, Matt Wignall, Erick Nieto, Jeff Suri, Anne Dereaux and other friends.”

Spring & Summer Show Dates

After a long, rainy winter, we’re excited about our local mini-tour this spring and summer, with our sibling band Burnsy (www.burnsy.band). Burnsy is a synth-pop project with a debut album coming out in April. Burnsy’s sound is influenced by early 80’s European Post-Punk and new wave. We’ll see you soon.

We will update our Live page as more dates are added.

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