Cleveland Winter, Bring It On.

Tin Armor

Posted on 24th January, by briteadmin in Bios, Music Bios. No Comments

Venue: Joy Machines Bike Shop
Performance Time: 10:15pm 

Hometown: Columbus, OH

Listen to Tin Armor

Common ground is important for a band. Tin Armor has learned this lesson well. Since their humble beginnings in 2006 they have played hundreds of shows across the country, produced multiple releases including, a full length album, A Better Place Than I Have Been, available on One Percent Press, a self-titled 7″ vinyl single available on Whoa Oh Records, and a second full length, Life of Abundance, which they self released in the summer of 2011. In this time Tin Armor has learned to write, record and perform in spite of and in light of the differences that each member brings to the process. They have crafted a unique sound that blends melodic, pop-sensible songwriting with literary and often introverted lyrics. Their honest style of rock and roll is approachable without being boring, and thought provoking without being pedantic. As they work to expand and improve their sound, they continue to learn this valuable lesson: common ground is not found, it is made.

Leave a Reply

Brite Winter Blog

Cleveland's annual outdoor winter art and music festival. Celebrating winter is better than tolerating it. Keep up with our blog for news and updates about the people and places lighting their torches to make this winter fun and full of life.

Interview: Signals Midwest

Recorded over two weeks in Cleveland, Signals Midwest unleashed Light On The Lake, the follow-up to their acclaimed sophomore album Latitudes & Longitudes, in...

Interview: Texas Plant

“Roll the dice and shoot to kill” Texas Plant implores you on “Smiles”, a 2013 release that fits between their other tales of gin-soaked...

Interview: Carrie Ryan

Interplaying bittersweet folk and captivating, sparse piano-pop, Carrie Ryan made her debut at 18 with the coming-of-age tales on her debut, This Road. A...