Episode 8: Charlie and Elodie Collins from Tigertown chat to Music Love ahead of their support slot for Swedish pop sensation Tove Lo and their US tour. Podcast up now

Tigertown, image supplied

Tigertown, image supplied

Tigertown formed in 2013 when husband and wife music power couple Charlie and Chris Collins were working on separate projects. They tried their wedded hands at writing and recording songs together and the rest is history. Teaming up with Chris's sister Elodie on bass, and Chris's brother Alex on drums, they formed Tigertown and uncovered a fresh pop sound. While Charlie grew up in Tamworth - her early development came about as a result of Australian country star Bill Chambers who she credits for where she is today - Chris, Elodie and Alex grew up in a musical household regularly playing at their local church.

Tigertown have seen so much success in growing a huge fan base, and having toured supporting huge acts such as Troye Sivan and Panic at the Disco across the US and the UK. Their latest single Warriors is just heavenly and is the first offering from their upcoming full length album due out in the next few months.

With the instant accessibility of ‘Warriors’, it’s certain that the band’s burgeoning success is anything but fantasy.
— Billboard
Sounds like triumphant glitter cannons at the sunset slot of a summer festival.
— Rolling Stone Australia

Music Love's Julie Kerr chats with Charlie and Elodie Collins and this conversation was recorded just before they supported Swedish pop sensation Tove Lo for her shows in Sydney and Melbourne, and ahead of their American tour. 

Tigertown have just released a new single called Warriors ahead of their new full length album out soon.


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