The People The Poet Release 'Stabilisers (I Will Be)' Video

(Classic Rock) The People The Poet, the band formerly known as Tiger Please, have completed work on their debut album, The Narrator, and have released a video for the song "Stabilisers (I Will Be)".

Cardiff-based Tiger Please – whose sound was a mix of U2, Sigur Rós, Kings Of Leon, John Mayer and Counting Crows – were responsible for two critically acclaimed releases, namely 2009 full-length They Don't Change Under Moonlight and 2010's Seasons EP. They toured throughout the UK (including Download and Sonisphere festivals) and garnered Radio One airplay.

There's an intriguing story behind the name-change from Tiger Please to The People The Poet – as vocalist Leon Stanford explains: "It's sad to part with a name which we've seen so much success with, but we hope you will understand why we felt it was the right time for the change. This is more than just a simple change of a name – it is a tribute to the people who have trusted us with their stories, our fans."

The Narrator is written entirely around personal life stories sent in to the band by their fans. These stories cover a wide spectrum of experiences and emotions, through the joy of fatherhood – Stabilisers (I Will Be) – to the pain of losing a parent – Nobody Else Like You, featuring a guest vocal from Francis Dunnery – via the emotive two-part tribute to two fans' experiences of the fight against cancer – Pink Ribbon and Lives Of Your Lovers. Read more and watch the video here.

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