The Tins weave immediately arresting harmonic anthems through a sonic fabric laced with threads of 1960’s psychedelic pop, static-washed experimental indie-folk, and new-wave art rock. Together, keyboard player and vocalist Mike Santillo, drummer and vocalist Dave Muntner, and guitarist and vocalist Adam Stanley, draw listeners into a world crackling with “brilliant pop exuberance” (USA Today).
The trio have come far since their early days in an underground practice space at New York State’s Binghamton University. The Tins first single, “The Green Room,” became a staple of the Spotify Hipster International Playlist, and received Spotify staff picks #2 song of the year. Life’s A Gas, their debut full length, was written by the band with Modest Mouse producer Joe Blaney. Since then they’ve gone on to work with producer Ted Young (Kurt Vile, The Gaslight Anthem) and have garnered millions of plays across all streaming music services.