Fire Tiger are a 4-piece band from Los Angeles, fronted by Tiffany Alkouri whose deep velvety voice is reminiscent of the likes of Grace Slick and Leigh Matty (Romeo's Daughter).
The songs from their 2013 album 'Energy' are quite a diverse mixture. The title track 'Energy' wouldn't sound amiss on an 80s film soundtrack, 'He Has Changed' is very classy and, my personal favourite, 'Count Dracula', is simply divine ... or as Sharon Osbourne would say 'faaaabulous darling'.
Check out the band's Facebook page for previews of all the tracks from the album.
Eternal Youth were one of the first U.S. bands I featured on PP&P. I was immensely impressed by young vocalist/songwriter Dorian (who was around 18 years at the time).
This is part of what I wrote originally 3 years ago:
“Hailing from Los Angeles this very young band of musicians have all the right ingredients to be HUGE. Such amazing talent!
Dorian is bound to draw comparisons to Amy Lee with her Gothic look and beautiful operatic voice. An impressive vocalist. Her voice has so much maturity and depth which belies her youth.”
I lost track of the band however and was not sure they were still making music, but now I am in touch with Dorian and up to date with her current musical offerings.
My opinion on Dorian’s talent has not diminished with the new material she and her fellow songwriter/band member, Adam Ray Burton, have produced.
Dorian and I chose between us 3 tracks which showcase their uniqueness: 'Feel Okay', 'Breakdown' and 'Moment of Madness', all of which can be heard on their Soundcloud.
Eternal Youth recently had their song 'Footprints' included on a compilation album supporting anti-bullying. The album charted at no. 14 on the iTunes singer/songwriter chart - link below.