Tango In The Attic

Tango In The Attic


“...Impossibly catchy garage pop...”
– NYLON Magazine

Scotland’s Tango in the Attic are releasing the free download single Paw Prints on 12th March 2012,, taken from their anticipated second album Sellotape, released via Believe Digital on 23rd April 2012. Sellotape is the follow-up to their critically acclaimed 2010 debut album Bank Place Locomotive Society.

Paw Prints sees Tango in the Attic’s sound progress into much noisier territories than anything on the first record. It’s loud, frantic, childishly fun and unconventional.

A live session video for the track “Swimming Pool” was also recently released as a taster of what to expect from Sellotape. The video was picked up on NME, MUZU, Clash, Artrocker and made Spinner’s Video of the Day.

Jordan Craig (vocals / guitar), Jonathan McFarlane (guitar), James Crook (bass) and Paul Johnson (drums), all from Glenrothes, formed Tango in the Attic in 2008. After the release of Bank Place Locomotive Society, the band took time out to pursue other projects, coming back together in October 2011 to record their second album. Their debut received brilliant support from the likes of NYLON magazine, Artrocker, The Line of Best Fit and The Skinny with their singles receiving plays on BBC 6Music, Absolute Radio and BBC Radio 1 Scotland.

In March, the boys will tour the USA as well as appearing at SXSW. When they return, they will tour the UK relentlessly from May onwards, eventually heading out to Japan. Alongside the tours, and the single Paw Prints, they plan to release Sellotape on 23rd April 2012 and then another single in May. These boys don’t stop!

Paw Prints is available to stream from the A Badge of Friendship Soundcloud page and will available as a free download from 12th March 2012.