TYGERMYLK is a Brighton based indie band made up of singer and guitarist Hayley Harland and drummer Aurora Bennett. Harland grew up just outside Portsmouth and the name derives from the nickname of her childhood park ‘Milky Tigers’. She started off as a busker on London’s South Bank and spent many a cold day under the London Eye. It was at uni that she met drummer, Aurora Bennett and they began their collaborative journey. Last summer, TYGERMYLK launched their debut single 'What God Would Keep Us Apart’ at Brighton Pride and were featured on BBC News as well as receiving airplay from BBC Introducing in the South. Harland was awarded the PRSF Lynsey De Paul Prize for female songwriters and their debut self-produced EP 'I Killed The Bees' will be released later this year.