The sulphurous, vitriolic and corroded copper smoke that
arose slowly, killed every living thing in its vicinity. Many people died of
poisoning and even today, many lakes and forests around Falun, Sweden lie dead
and full of toxins.
Shaped by this historic industrial environment
Gabriella Åström (Vocals & Synth), Tobias Andersson (Synth &
Guitar) and Jonas Martinsson (Drums) formed the electro-pop band ME THE
TIGER back in 2012..
The band represents a driven, full of energy
and melancholy electronica with a focus on strong choruses. ME THE TIGER
is the next generation of electronic music, the vitriolic wind of change in the
deadlocked electronic music scene.
The lyrics as well as the bands
message are a central part of ME THE TIGER. In the days when
individualism thrives, the band wants to highlight the solidarity values and
contribute to a fairer and warmer society:
Supporting ME THE
TIGER means, not only that you get strong electro-pop in a heart piercing
sound on the new album Vitriolic, and a frantic, energetic
live show that affects anyone. You also support a strong, conscious and just
voice in society.
ME THE TIGER is 50% music
and 50% social responsibility!
Stand up for your
beliefs and values, even in public. Otherwise, society will crumble from
within. We live together and we have a common responsibility to take care of
each other - regardless of class, ethnicity or gender.
What Promises Are Worth, the first lead
single, taken from the forthcoming album Vitriolic is a pure
electronic anthem about struggling with relationships, feeling love and to be
finally left alone. A solid club hit, accompanied by a beautiful
The new album Vitriolic is packed with
powerful and lovely dance songs like As We Really Are,
Myheroine or Like Feathers, hypnotic beats
as in Headlines and dreamful ballads like 2013,
Its Finally Over and Dreams.
THE TIGER and Vitriolic are dangerous and they will
contaminate your ears and the dance-floors in the clubs, just like the toxic
copper mines in the semi-sleepy town of Falun in the middle of