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When two galaxies pass by each other in close proximity, their shapes distort due to each other's gravity. The outside spiral arms splay out into space, often casting stars and dust into the abyss as their host galaxies drift slowly back towards each other. These distortions are called tidal arms. Since forming in the late summer of 2009 in Brooklyn, NY, Tidal Arms have crafted a unique brand of stormy psych-rock. The music reflects the diverse collective musical history of singer and guitarist Tom Tierney, drummer Francis Mark, and bassist Patrick Southern. Having played in a wide variety of bands with styles ranging between folk, jazz, hardcore and metal, the band members have fused their disparate influences into a beautifully blown out, feverishly grooving sound. After finishing recording their debut single, Hair and Teeth/Flooded Meadows, the band immediately moved toward writing their first LP, The Sun Exploding. They recorded the album themselves at their studio in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, called Spaceman Sound. Says Tierney, "Our goal was to make a record that sounds big, but mostly sounds like the three of us playing our music in our space." When it came time for mixing, the band turned to Andrew Schneider (Pelican, Cave In, Made out of Babies), who had recorded and mixed the band’s aforementioned 7". "Andrew makes great sounding records and his studio is a block from my favorite coffee shop in Brooklyn. It's always a pleasure to go down there and work with him," says Mark. Tidal Arms released The Sun Exploding on February 13, 2011. In the band's short time together so far, Tidal Arms has shared the stage with such notable acts as Glassjaw, Coliseum, The Body, Rosetta, Aa, East of the Wall, Sainthood Reps, and Cerebral Ballzy, to name a few. Tidal Arms released their second full-length and self-titled album Tidal Arms on November 26, 2013. It is available on vinyl or digital download via the band's Bandcamp page. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.