Math rockers join Too Pure

White hot math rockers Three Trapped Tigers are set to release a new single later this summer.

Formed in London, Three Trapped Tigers eschew straight forward song structures for something unique and ground breaking. Chucking verse-chorus-verse right out of the window the band have drafted in bizarre time signatures and eye searing guitar noises for something quite unique.

Attracting attention with their sensational live shows Three Trapped Tigers paused just long enough to record their debut EP last year. Released via Blood And Biscuits, the EP was produced by Strokes collaborator Gordon Raphael who managed to keep the band's frenetic live sound.

Ditching traditional song titles in favour of numbers, Three Trapped Tigers' free flowing creative juices splattered all over jazz, math-rock and glitchy electronica moulding them into something quite distinct.

Click HERE to read an interview with Three Trapped Tigers!

Stunning critics, Three Trapped Tigers stopped by Clash Saturday Social at the beginning of this year to play a fast and furious set.

Never ones to let the pace drop, Three Trapped Tigers are due to release a seven inch through Too Pure's celebrated singles club. The forthcoming single will feature the unreleased track '7' - due to be released on a new EP later this year.

The flipside of the new release will be '1', taken from last year's eye twitchingly magnificent EP. The band are following in the footsteps of mclusky, PJ Harvey, Mouse On Mars and of course Sebadoh - who honoured the label by writing the song 'Too Pure' on their 'Harmacy' album.

To celebrate the release of the new single Three Trapped Tigers are due to play a very special show in London's Old Blue Last venue. With support from Scandinavian crew Ungdomskulen and Please, the show starts at 8pm and entry - shockingly - is FREE.

Three Trapped Tigers are due to release their new single '1' via Too Pure later this month. The band have confirmed the following (FREE!) show:

17 London Old Blue Last

Follow Clash: