Tim Collis - Guitar
Chris Collis- Drums
Henry Tremain - Bass, Guitar, Vocals
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Management - Sargent House
Worldwide - Cathy Pellow - Manager
Day to Day - Jason Adams

Worldwide Label & Licensing - Sargent House 
Marc Jetton - Label 

Japan (only) Label - Stiff Slack

N. American - Brixton Agency
Talia Miller - Publicist

N. American  - United Talent Agency
Justin Bridgewater - Agent (NY/ Nashville Office)




TTNG premieres “Sponkulus Nodge” Small Pond Session on Musical Mathematics 


So, TTNG are pretty good right?!

What is there to say about a band like TTNG that hasn’t already been said a hundred times? Oxford. Math rock. Time signatures. Cats – you get the picture… They’re an undisputed institution. And rightly fucking so, because they’re incredible.

But, before you start chatting soppy shit about Stu and Animals, and how ‘Aardvark’ is the best thing they’ve ever done, let’s get one thing straight. Disappointment Island is some of the band’s best work. Period. So post that on your Facebook group.

Part of what makes Disappointment Island so good is it’s overwhelming authenticity. Recorded live, straight to tape, TTNG’s new album isn’t just a great record because of its songs, it’s also a great album because of how close it brings TTNG’s live and recorded sound. See perfect example below:

Taken from their session with Brighton boys Small Pond, ‘Sponkulus Nodge’ showcases just how far the Oxford 3-piece in the past few years and how relatable their most recent record is. Now, for the love of god can we have a UK tour please!?

Find more sessions from Small Pond

Words by Andy Crowder

(via Musical Mathematics)

TTNG Interview // Myspace 

“Tina Turner’s Nipple Gravy!” all three members of TTNG respond enthusiastically when asked what their favorite fake name is for one of the UK’s biggest math rock bands.

Henry Tremain, Tim Collis and Chris Collis used to be known as This Town Needs Guns, but the ironic humor in the band’s name was lost as the trio became more famous, and they didn’t want to be confused for a decidedly pro-firearm group. Rather than switching gears entirely, the band’s well-known abbreviation became their official moniker.

“There are some legit rivals for the name on social media, like The Three Nice Girls and The Travel Network Group,” guitarist Tim Collis says with a smirk. “We get tagged in all sorts of stuff on social media. That’s the real reason we changed it: to do better on social media and to confuse our fans. Beside that, there’s a big chat and spiel we can go on, but it’s not a big deal.”

But that was almost four years and a pair of releases ago. These days, TTNG’s touring the world in support of July’s Disappointment Island and has built a fanbase spanning continents. But today, they’re still shaking off the jet lag and tracking down their instruments as they stroll into L.A.’s Mohawk Bend for a bit of lunch before their U.S. tour kicks off in two days. Of course, it’s a lot cheaper for TTNG to go out to eat on tour these days than it was for the first couple of tours.

“When we first started, there were five people,” Tim says as he bites into one of the four seared ahi tuna sandwiches at the table. “Then there were four, and then when we did it was a transitional period. This is the first time we’ve been comfortable and written as three for the whole record.”

“I’m just looking forward to the next record as a two-piece,” jokes vocalist and bassist Henry Tremain. “We’re going to have to draw straws to see who gets cut.”

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TTNG Small Pond Session debuts on New Noise Magazine 


We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of TTNG‘s live performance of their song “Coconut Crab” for Small Pond Session (watch it below). The track is taken from the band’s latest album Disappointment Island, available now through Sargent House. You can check out excerpts from each track off the album below the video, as well as purchase it here.

Small Pond Session comments on having TTNG in the studio:

“We were stoked to host TTNG for a live show in Brighton alongside Tangled Hair & Delta Sleep, and even more excited when they agreed to pop down to our recording studio and film a session for one of the tracks from their new album ‘Disappointment Island.’ We’re all big fans of their technical ability and song writing, and they’re just great dudes!”

(via New Noise Magazine)