Tiger March is an indie pop, dreampop, synthpop band from Los Angeles. Formed by husband and wife duo Matthew and Annie Gleason, Tiger March is currently promoting their debut album ‘Hold Something’, released on March 23, 2018.
Tiger March is comprised of Annie Gleason (vocals) and Matthew Gleason (guitars), Anil Sharma (bass), and Tre Beaudoin (drums).
Tiger March draws comparisons to and fans of the bands Stars, Chairlift, Beach House, School of Seven Bells, Postal Service, and Small Black with elements of danceable pop, chillwave, shoegaze, and synth-laden production.
Their debut album, ‘Hold Something’, has spawned strong reviews and songplay both online and on local Los Angeles radio and has also generated considerable buzz in the vast Los Angeles live scene due to their danceable, swirling, effects-driven performances.
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“Tiger March's debut LP Hold Something may be destined to be one of the key synthpop/chillwave records of the year” | Pop Matters |
“Floats in a dreamlike pop feel. Fine synth production and 80's feel all over the place” | Pop Muzik |
“Supremely enjoyable, confident, and refreshing. Fans of Phantogram, Beach House, and CHVRCHES are sure to love this” | GroundSounds |
“Like a harmonious duet between Beach House and Passion Pit, the spritely single fills your imagination with airy guitar strumming and fairylike synths straight out of your sweetest dreams” | The Wild Honey Pie |