About UsIt not often that you get to see a great band from their humble beginnings. But anyone who was at the Modified Arts on Sunday got that chance as local band Miniature Tigers took to the stage, sending wonderful indie rock echoing through the walls of the tiny theater and out into the hot city streets.Sunday show was originally intended to kick off the band first national tour, which had been pushed back until October, but that didn stop the band from kicking out the great new songs off their new album Tell It to the Volcano, which will be released on Tuesday.Lead singer and guitarist Charlie Brand says he very excited about the album and the upcoming tour, which will find Miniature Tigers playing their way up the East coast and eventually landing at the highly coveted College Media Journal music festival in New York City. Brand admits he doesn know what to expect from life on the road, having only played in Phoenix and Los Angeles, but he looking forward to finding out.don really know what it going to be like or how people are going to react, says the friendly, soft spoken Brand.

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