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Introducing…Tigers Jaw

Tigers Jaw was formed in 2005 by Ben Walsh and Adam McIlwee. Characterized by unconventionally catchy songs, weaving harmonies, and timelessly relatable lyricism, the band has been organically increasing its fanbase over a decade-plus of touring and releasing music. 

Aptly described as the middle ground between Fleetwood Mac and Saves the Day, Tigers Jaw have managed to progress and evolve while preserving the spirit of their modest origins in the scrappy DIY Scranton punk scene.

 The Pennsylvania-based band’s sixth record was released on March 5 via Hopeless Records and features production from longtime collaborator Will Yip, as well as contributions from Manchester Orchestra’s Andy Hull (who sings backing vocals on the title track).

Divus Julius presents: Manchester Orchestra

Manchester Orchestra are an indie-rock band from Atlanta, Georgia. They are critically acclaimed for frontman Andy Hull’s impassioned and unique vocals and lyrics. They are often associated with the new wave of post-emo punk artists such as Brand New or The Dear Hunter.

It’s been four years since Manchester Orchestra  last released an album, but that’s about to change. The Atlanta alt-rockers have announced a new album called The Million Masks of God. It’s due out April 30th via Loma Vista, and their lead single is “Bed Head”