Tigercity - Ancient Lover (new album / tour dates / MP3)

by Faye Rasmussen

21 September 2009


Ancient Lover

Tigercity has released their new single, “Fake Gold”, a precursor to their new LP Ancient Lover, which can be purchased at their shows or online.

This is the Brooklyn pop band’s first single since their 2007 release of Pretend Not to Love, which drove critics like Rolling Stone to call them “our new favorite band”. Tigercity will be bringing their synthesizers all over the country for their U.S. tour, which should resonate with fans of Prince, Hall and Oates, and getting down on the dance floor. Catch the tour dates after the jump, or listen to the “Fake Gold” and get in touch with your inner ‘80s fan.

01 Fake Gold
02 Mallory
03 Ancient Lover
04 Fall of Graz
05 James Iha
06 Quicksand
07 My Type
08 Red Lips
09 A Better Place
10 Watching The Mountains
11 Matter Of Time

Fake Gold[MP3]

Fake Gold (Only Children Remix) [MP3]

9/22 - Los Angeles, CA - Cinespace
9/24 - Los Angeles, CA - Viper Room
9/25 - San Diego, CA - Beauty Bar
9/26 - Las Vegas, NV - Beauty Bar
9/27 - Tucson, AZ - Club Congress
9/29 - Austin, TX - Emo’s Inside
9/30 - San Antonio, TX - Rock Bottom Lounge
10/2 - Tallahasee, FL - Engine Room
10/3 - Tampa, FL - New World Brewery
10/4 - Orlando, FL - Backbooth
10/7 - Jacksonville, FL - TSI
10/9 - Norfolk, VA - The Boot
10/13 - Washington, DC - DC9
10/21 - New York, NY - Bowery (CMJ showcase w/ Midnight Juggernauts)

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