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Pull Tiger Tail


The Forum, London

January 19, 2007

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by Siany

It's rare that a support band are as good as the main act. Luckily, when i went to see Get Cape, Wear Cape, Fly, their support from Pull Tiger Tail was so good I was pleased we got there early. They know how to warm up a crowd and everyone really enjoyed them, despite not being there to see them specifically.

They're musically slower than most indie bands, but it seems to describe them pretty well. They've all about the melodies and chilled stuff instead of jumping around. But they swap their instruments about and one minute they were playing keyboards, the next they were twiddling about on a guitar. It kept things interesting - very handy if people were getting reastless waiting for the main act.

Fact is, while they weren't as good as Get Cape, I now actually prefer them as a band and would rather go and see them. But then, I like an underdog. Brilliant name too.

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