Brooklyn-based four-piece Miniature Tigers plays an infectious brand of psychedelia-infused indie pop that has garnered it well-received marks from fans and critics alike over recent years. Inspired by the latter era, more experimental side of the Beatles, as well as modern indie rock trends, Miniature Tigers' music is overtly poppy, but skewered and twisted in ways that make it unique and rewarding of repeat listens. Lead singer Charlie Brand possesses a slow, casual voice that he uses to deliver his sometimes creepy, abstract lyrics, which contrast well with the pleasant pop being put out by his bandmates. The band's popular 2010 single "Gold Skull" was produced by notable chillwave artist, Neon Indian.
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