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Style: Indie-pop
The background: KISS ME TIGER sound as though they are from the USA or Sweden. Nobody would guess that Saarbruecken is where they originate from. The sound is warm and well fitted for cold winter days. From the first listen the classical guitars remind us of bands such as -junip-  or –spain-. The vocals are reminiscent of –Beth Orten-,-Eddie Brickell-, and sometimes even -Anna Ternheim-. The level is consistently high and great things are to be expected for the future.“ Christan W. Burr, Hotellounge ICA

“The first recordings will make you curious. -Damian Jurado- can be anticipated as a mentor, which can be counted as a great reference. But this music is lighter. Then again, this androgynous voice, these hinted choral arrangements and planar textures create the basis and severity to keep this gizmo on the ground. KISS ME TIGER are cruising along nicely on an exiting ridge walk indeed.” Christoph Diem, Sparte 4