This record wears that awareness like a reflection from a broken mirror. “Straddling ignorance and apathy of the absolute mess in and around our heads - and the uncontrollable urge to stand up and scream about it” says drummer James Allix. Tigercub, a band sonically known for capturing an organic sound within a room, have taken strides forward to push the walls of their comfort zone; AFITD sees the band experimenting with drum loops, the addition of synths and even a full choir. Recorded with Grammy-nominated producer Alex Newport (At The Drive In, Death Cab for Cutie, Melvins, Pissed Jeans) at Brighton Electric Studios and mastered by John Greenham (Death Grips, Weaves), the highly anticipated debut album follows Tigercub’s widely acclaimed EP, Repressed Semantics. The muchloved EP was released via VENN Records last year, and lead track, ‘Pictures Of You,’ saw praise from the likes of Annie Mac and Daniel P. Carter on their respective BBC Radio 1 shows, as well as Radio X, AmazingRadio, The Guardian, NME, Crack, DIY and more.Tigercub spent their formative years touring, fine-tuning their now renowned raucous live show and sharing the bill with acts such as Dilly Dally, Royal Blood, Vant, Blood Red Shoes and The Bronx. The band have nearly performed in every tour-able city the United Kingdom has to offer. January 2017 will see Tigercub perform alongside The Fall, Hookworms & Kagoule, with plenty of exciting announcements to follow.