On Saturday night Jive hosted Tigertown’s final Australian show as part of their Lonely Cities tour. The four-piece band released their hugely successful Papernote EP at the end of October, and treated the crowd to a performance worthy of their online and radio success.
Tigertown were accompanied by the Gold Coast’s Amy Shark, who has recently experienced noteworthy success with her single Adore; and Adelaide locals Problems, who have been featured on Triple J, known locally for their indie-electro sound.
Tigertown played a series of their well-known storytelling anthems such as What You Do, Papernote and of course Lonely Cities, which was a real crowd favourite. Charlie Collins delivered a laid-back but enchanting performance on guitar and vocals, with husband Chris Collins and siblings Elodi and Alexi supporting the smooth, yet euphoric pop sound their success has been built upon. Tigertown’s intimate and interactive set gave fans the opportunity to engage with the music and create an incredibly ecstatic vibe that carried throughout the venue.
Tigertown will be touring Australia with Panic! At The Disco in late January in what is sure to be an epic show!
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