BELFAST – Free Range Music Festival participants South China and Tiger Saw will return to Belfast at 8pm on Thursday, August 12th to perform at Roots & Tendrils.¬† Please bring $5 for the musicians. Roots & Tendrils is located at 2 Cross Street in downtown Belfast. For more information visit www.rootsandtendrils.com or call 207-338-5225.
The ever-changing collective, Tiger Saw, was founded in Newburyport, Massachusetts in 1999 by Dylan Metrano. Over four albums, they‚Äôve explored a beautiful, hushed, slowcore sound; indie pop sing-alongs; and ‚Äúbasement soul‚ÄĚ, a DIY take on soul, rhythm & blues. Numerous collaborators have performed with the band. Their last album features Dirty Projectors‚Äô Angel Deradoorian and Nat Baldwin, White Hinterland‚Äôs Casey Dienel, and Deer Tick‚Äôs John McCauley, among many others. Tiger Saw has toured extensively on three continents and is known for playing unorthodox venues from beach bonfires to treetop sing-alongs, as well as basements and barrooms from coast to coast. Tiger Saw has performed over 800 shows with many bands, including Grizzly Bear, Explosions in the Sky, Kimya Dawson, Jens Lekman, Magnolia Electric Co., The Gossip, and Man Man.
South China was born in 2002 as a marriage, musically and literally, of Jeremy and Jerusha Robinson. Their individual backgrounds in experimental rock and classical music produce a sound that feels sparse and improvised, evoking a slightly dark and dream-like state, like trying to recall something that is just beyond the edges of memory. They draw listeners into their intimate world of Maine winters, bittersweet moments, subtle humor, and bizarre dream imagery.
Contact Name: Roots & Tendrils
Telephone Number: (207)338-5225