Credit: Dylan Verner Photography

 Credit: Dylan Verner Photography

Following the release of their debut album “Set Fire in August 2013, indie-rock band The Box Tiger is looking back at a year that they could never have anticipated. Between self-booked tours throughout North America, they found themselves opening for internationally-acclaimed acts like Foster the People, Metric, Brody Dalle, and Circa Survive, as well as landing a spot at the 2014 Boston Calling Music Festival, where they shared a stage with Brand New, Bastille, and Tegan & Sara.

It's no wonder though that opportunity has come knocking like it has. Comprised of Sonia Sturino (vocals/guitar), Jordan Stowell (guitar), Cam Jones (bass) and Lauren Chan (drums), the 4-piece band from Toronto, ON, and Portland, ME, works tirelessly at crafting a sound that is consumable, but undeniably unique. Sturino’s vocals range from atmospheric to infectious, vulnerable to unwaveringly confident, and most importantly of all, honest to the diverse musical tastes she cultivated growing up. Combined with the surefire musicianship of the rest of the band, it's easy to see why The Box Tiger is turning heads wherever they play.

Now set to put out a brand new single, “Fire Walk With Me” produced and engineered by Dean Baltulonis (The Hold Steady, Bouncing Souls), The Box Tiger is looking to increase the momentum they've gained so far in their young career. The haunting vocals and soaring guitars lend themselves perfectly to the sound and energy that the band has become known for, while showing signs of growth and maturity that fans can look forward in their new material. With sights set on recording their sophomore album in the Spring, The Box Tiger is not to be overlooked.











Sonia @soniasturino

Jordan @jordanstowell

Lauren @channerdrums