Words: ROBIN MUMFORD
Tired All The Time takes experimental rock to a new level with their latest release ‘Sun’. Mercurial and mysterious, the newest song in an impressive backlog of songs shows just what can be conjured when a blend of genres is merged into one.
Hailing from Washington, D.C, Tired all the Time (A.K.A TATT) are an experimental rock group that explore the genres of post-punk, indie pop, noise rock, neo-psychedelia and sludge.
The group is known for appropriating language and aesthetics from the corporate medical and pharmaceutical industries as somewhat of an anti-theme. Their lyrics often uncover subjects related to sociogenic anxiety, societal disparities, and future uncertainty.
TATT have been actively involved in music since way back in 2017, performing extensively throughout the Mid-Atlantic regions and Eastern United States. They have shared the stage with notable acts such as FEEDER, Zen Mother, and Your 33 Black Angels.
The rockers from across the pond believe that musicians have the power to change lives through musical innovation. No truer is this belief energised than through their latest release. ‘Sun’ is a song about mankind’s place in the universe.
As they state: “Behind the day-to-day race to meet our various needs is a solar system slowly running through its life cycle. It is a clock slowly ticking through the ages of history at an impossible scale with neither malice or compassion, slowly desiccating the little satellite that deigned to know its fate.”