Album: Charmer (2014) Label: Run For Cover Records
Tigers Jaw has got me feelin’ some kind of emotional with this album. With the release of their fourth studio album, Charmer, this will sadly be the last album made with all five original members as three of them have decided to leave the band. Although the band has been circulating the emo and pop-punk scenes for nearly a decade now, they’ve slowly transitioned into an indie-rock band notably drawing influences from Fleetwood Mac and Brand New to create the emotional yet effortless persona of their sound. Now that this album is released, what lies next for Tigers Jaw’s future? Hopefully, this isn’t the end of the road. But if it is, their fan base, including me, will surely be awaiting a reunion show 10 years down the road.
For Fans of: Brand New, Fleetwood Mac, Balance and Composure, The Front Bottoms, Lemuria
I love the idea of Harry having hair just to his jaw, rocking a super messy half up half down man bun; while Draco has long hair and does intricate hairstyles for himself (braids or stuff like that). Can you imagine?
Derek Hale, mild mannered newspaper reporter by day, crime fighting super powered hero also by day! Wait what? Chiselled jaw, rock hard abs and the sweetest southern accent this side of a Kansas corn field. Who wouldn’t want to date this guy? Cue Stiles Stilinski, a pale sarcastic photographer for the same newspaper who catches Derek’s eye, but is that all he is? Is their love even real? Stiles himself is starting to question these things. What does a superhero and a hired mercenary have in common? An alter ego wearing black framed glasses.