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Saturday, March 1 • 00:30 - 01:00
Tiger Bell (SE)

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We are Tiger Bell. We are Lotta, Lisa, Canan and Lovisa.
Three of us come from the city of Luleå in northern Sweden but it was in Stockholm, in 2010 that we began to play together.
Tiger Bell stands with one foot in pop, one in punk and one in rock (which adds up to a lot of feet) and our music is characterized by the nagging and repeated girly choirs. With high energy, hard work and lots of fun we realized early on that we create music in the same way that cheerleader’s carry out their sport. Cheerleader-punk was born!
When we compose music we don’t complicate things but rather stick to three classic punk chords. A good song is a fast song. Our longest is 3 minutes and 3 seconds. The songs on the album deal with ordinary things. Friends, family, guys, anger, joy and Monday to Sunday stuff although we sometimes reflect on deeper things and sometimes just want to count down Australian train stations.
The album was produced by us, Frans Hägglund (Millencolin, The Hellacopters, Logh) and Per Nordmark (Randy, Fireside, Last Days Of April). “Don’t Wanna Hear About Your Band” is more than a track and an album title, it’s a statement. Other musicians (mostly male) often come up to us after shows telling us how great we were and then tell that they also have a band rather than stick to the great show we just did. As if we would care. This is not political it’s just a fact, “Don’t Wanna Hear About Your Band”!
See you on tour!
- Tiger Bell
We are proud to announce that Tiger Bell and their debut album, “Don’t Wanna Hear About Your Band”, are nominated in the category “Best rock/metal” at the 2014 P3 Gold award show hosted by Swedish public radio channel P3 (similar to BBC1).
Tiger Bell has since releasing the album been on tour throughout Europe and will continue to tour in 2014 playing amongst other the Eurosonic and by:larm festivals.
The award ceremony will take place in Gothenburg on the 18th of January 2014.
Previous winners in the category “Best rock/metal” includes: In Flames, Opeth, Meshuggah, Cult of Luna and Graveyard
Words from the press:
“Combined with cheery power chords and repetitive choruses, they are high energy and not a force to mess with.” – Indecent Xposure
”…no feminist political messages, just pure, ass-kicking sass.” – Consequence of Sound
“hard-driving, head-banging, paint-peeling jams.” – BlackBook Magazine
“it’s nice to hear this kind of aggression.” – Alan Cross
“…head-bashing garage punk that makes you want to drop the top on the Jeep and crank up the volume to 11.” – Monday Magazine
“In the spirit of garage-punks like The Hives and Millencolin, Swedish gal punks Tiger Bell are throwing down the jams” – Spinner


Saturday March 1, 2014 00:30 - 01:00

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