Sledding With Tigers Premiere “Not So Body Posi After All”; Debut Album Out April 15, 2014

By on March 7, 2014

Sledding With Tigers

San Diego, California’s Sledding With Tigers have announced plans to release their debut album A Necessary Bummer on Antique Records on April 15, 2014. Today the band shared the song “Not So Body Posi After All” from the upcoming full-length via PropertyOfZack.

Stream “Not So Body Posi After All”: http://bit.ly/1idUvVW

Recorded in the fall of 2013, A Necessary Bummer is the first proper release from Sledding With Tigers. The 10-song project features tales of life, love, and self-loathing as told through the eyes of singer/songwriter Dan Faughdner. His music is not folk enough for folk or punk enough for punk, but it’s guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Antique Records is releasing the album on vinyl in May 2014, with a limited pressing of 500 copies split between two variants (400 black / 100 blue & pink).

Pre-orders for A Necessary Bummer begin today and can be found on the official Antique Records webstore. Link: http://bit.ly/1gcQZsm

A Necessary Bummer track list:

1. Never Really Good At Sports
2. “Oasis” by Wonderwall
3. Not So Body Posi After All
4. Handshake (Never Trust Relationship Advice From The Lead Singer In A Pop-Punk Band)
5. National Public Radio
6. Cuddle Punx (The Theme From ECCO: The Dolphin)
7. The Devil And A California Burrito Are Raging Inside Me
8. Oh, Right. Damn, It.
9. I Got The Blues Macaroni and Cheese
10. That One Limp Bizkit Song

About the band: Self-described as ‘not folk enough for folk’ and ‘not punk enough for punk,’ Sledding With Tigers hail from the West Coast with a sound entirely their own. They play songs that they like to play. They screw them up when we play them fast, but they have a good time. You can download their entire discography, for free, on Bandcamp.

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Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.

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