Three Trapped Tigers

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Three Trapped Tigers
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Three Trapped Tigers performing at de-Affaire 2009
Background information
Origin London, England
Genres Noise rock, [1] math rock, [2] IDM [3]
Years active2007 (2007)–present
LabelsBlood and Biscuits, Superball
MembersAdam Betts
Matt Calvert
Tom Rogerson

Three Trapped Tigers are a British instrumental experimental rock trio from London, England, composed of keyboardist and vocalist Tom Rogerson, drummer Adam Betts, and guitarist Matt Calvert. [4] Formed in 2007, they have released three EPs and two studio albums to date.




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