Colorado-based band Tigerwine invites us to rethink our own individualism and the external pressures that often hinder us from seeing it in their new record Nothing Is For You. It’s a 10-track album where the quartet nudges us to rediscover our own sense of self while dismissing the monotony and outside noise. If you’re going through an existential moment and need an album to rock out, this is it:
“The record examines synthetic individualism and cultural pressures of ‘becoming,’” the band shared. “We hope this record adds beauty to these peculiar times that can seem both monotonous and mundane.”
Hayden Trobee, Steve Lichtenwalter, Shane Riley, and Sean McKnight are the maestros behind Tigerwine who started songsmithing in 2012. Nothing Is For You is their sophomore record and is out now via Tooth & Nail Records.
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