‘Music From the Heart’ by Tygersounds Is Glitzy, Eighties-Style Indie Pop

10 4 18 Tygersounds.jpg‘Music From the Heart’ by Tygersounds is glitzy, whirring indie pop with a distinctly retro approach. These guys tap “into a sound that can only be described as Morrisey-esque, merging a haunting, classic tone with a contemporary new-romantic vibe.” They say “the combination of vulnerable vocals, synth elements and rocking guitar and drums is what makes Tygersounds roar.” Obviously, these guys really love the Smiths, but something about their take on the eighties vibe also feels very American. If you didn’t know any better, one might identify this as one of the tracks featured on Sixteen Candles or The Breakfast Club. The group’s approach of recycling the trappings of the era into something new is shared by groups like The 1975 and Pale Waves, both of whom have been very successful, so it seems fair to say these guys have a good shot at mainstream success too. This is a well-crafted track from a talented band. Check out ‘Music From the Heart’ below!




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