Colorado's Tigerwine have premiered a music video for their single, “Sharp Elbows.” Taken from the trio’s intrinsic debut EP, Lull, the track is a poignant example of their grunge-infused post-rock tendencies. 

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“‘Sharp Elbows’ is about being fed up,” shares frontman Hayden Trobee. “I grew up in church and this song was written at a time in my life when my family had our lives uprooted by people I saw as having an almost alien way about them. People who say and do all the right things, but behind closed doors are inhumanly cruel. People who it seems almost always, inexplicably, are involved with such institutions.”

Lull, which was produced by Altars' Seth Munson, debuted via Blood & Ink Records in July.