Ears Wide Open: Father Tiger


The debut EP from L.A. duo Father Tiger rockets you back to the days of Pet Shop Boys, Erasure and OMD – bright, bouncy melodies that marry analog synths and robot beats and embrace the notion that any road to romance leads through the dancefloor. Collaborators Greg Delson and John Russell have gotten plenty of well-deserved attention recently, some of it for their cover of Taylor Swift’s “Safe and Sound.” Father Tiger have quickly moved on after the March release of their EP; new material is already in the works.

||| Stream: “Till the Morning” and “Lose Our Minds”

||| Download: Father Tiger’s entire 4-song EP and their Taylor Swift cover by using the widgets after the jump.

||| Live: Father Tiger opens for the Information Society on July 3 at the grand opening of Complex in Glendale (806 E. Colorado Blvd., the site of the former LaBrie’s and, prior the that, the Scene Bar).

Photo by Bloodrush Films