There are few bands that can get a crowd worked up like Sons Of Tiger. While I’ve only seen them live once, I’ve watched a lot of videos of their performances, and they focus on a blues rock mixed with garage rock style that honestly can’t be captured on a recording.
The four songs on ‘Bottom Of The Heart‘ can easily get you dancing in your seat. The music is dynamic, finding grooves quickly and presenting a strong melody that’s supported by every instrument, including the drums. The attitude that flows from the songs never feels forced, and the band always sounds like they’re enjoying themselves. Sons Of Tiger are one of those bands that can connect with the listener without anyone needing to understand the lyrics, as the music is captivating and drags you inside of their world.
‘Bottom Of The Heart’ also has a couple of guests, as Yoosae Woo from The Veggers and CR Taegyu assist on three of the four songs. It doesn’t seem like they were vocal guests, but rather they sat in to add instrumentals to the songs.
I simply enjoy listening to Sons Of Tiger, and the surprising thing with ‘Bottom Of The Heart’ is that it feels so much longer than four songs. Each one is at least four minutes, but the crafted improvisation keeps the rhythms and melodies pulsing without making anything boring.
‘Bottom Of The Heart’ Album
“Bottom Of The Heart” Song