Tiger & The Homertons – Somewhere Else (Review)

Fronted by singer-songwriter Tiger Finkel and backed by The Homertons; Dario Ferriera (lead guitar), Celia Kleindienst (piano and vocals) and Fabio Gentilin (bass), the acoustic based collective are here to captivate you with their way of telling a smooth story. “Somewhere Else” is a journey of freedom. Having the space to be free, there’s a mixture of a dream like nature and reality within this number. Based in London, the outfit collect a wide range of influences from their roots creating a personal, intimate sound. 

Dreamy, the ballad reaches out to it’s wide influences with a melancholic brush of fresh air. Sounding like the birth child of Mumford and Sons and Of Monsters and Men, the honesty within the number aches from it’s core. Blending warm harmonies with the natural essence of the acoustic based number, there’s a vibe of Earth pouring through the track. By this I mean that, the track feels close to the Earth with it’s imperfection-human nature. Distinctive and a perfect track for a coming of age track, someone get this band on tour with Mumford and Sons. About to embark on a tour, try to catch the band at one of these shows!

05/07: AZORES
10/07: AZORES
13/07: AZORES
19/07: Aix – La scène
01/08: London – The Camden Chapel
04/08: St Quay – Les cochons Flingeurs
08/08: Biarritz – Les jeudis des jardins de l’océan
09/08: Etables-sur-mer – Les Folles Tablées
14/08: Agen – Radio city
07/09: London – Hackney Empire Bar
12/09: Liverpool – Zanzibar Club

Score: 3/5

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