TIGRESS reveal their twisted animated video for galvanising new track CHOKE’ (released via Humble Angel Records). Recorded and produced at BLACK BAY STUDIO by Grammy award-winning engineer Adrian Bushby (Muse, Foo Fighters, Black Peaks, Everything Everything) and mastered by Harry Hess (Billy Talent, Architects). ‘CHOKE’ combines elements of grunge, desert rock and indie with layers of fuzzed-out guitars, hip-shaking rhythms and vocal melodies that are both intimate and caustic at the turn of a dime. TIGRESS explores the shallow pitfalls of consumerist culture, fake news and the rise of social media addiction that slowly wrap their crooked fingers around our neck.

Tigress – Choke

“Our new track is about living in the Information Age. It’s about having this information constantly shoved down your throat until you choke. Sometimes it’s too much, it’s like a cloud of smog choking your brain. There are so many opinions, videos, adverts, flavours of the week… I don’t even know if I have a single original thought of my own anymore. The video represents the ugly truth of consumerism and how its hijacked today’s technology to dehumanise the modern population.”  – Katy Jackson


TIGRESS is a British rock band from ChelmsfordEngland. Formed in September 2015, the band released their debut EP Human in 2015, follow up EP Like It Isin May 2017 and theWho Cares EP in 2018. All three releases were met with much acclaim across a number of major and independent music publications (Kerrang!, Rock Sound, Upset, Alternative Press, Metro) as well as national (BBC Radio 1 – Annie Mac, Jack Saunders, Daniel P Carter, Huw Stephens) and international radio (Triple J). Live highlights include supporting Bring Me The Horizon, opening for Japan’s Man With A Mission and Green Day. The band embarked on multiple tours across the UK, mainland Europe and Russia withthe likes of Counterfeit and Billy Talent, playing Download Festival, Vans Warped Tour UK.


Katy Jackson – Vocals / Tom Harrison – Guitar / Jack Divey – Bass / Sean Bishop – Guitar / Josh Coombes – Drums

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