Tickle Trunk

Tickle Trunk


Energetic, refreshing trio, crazy catchy originals, wicked stage presence, want to be the next big band. Punk rock with tone!


Tickle Trunk is a 3-piece punk-rock band from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. They've been playing for 3 years and going strong. Tickle Trunk has shared the stage with such acts as The Mudmen, Social Code, High Five Drive, and many more. Recently, they released their second independent CD titled "Diet Punk". The nine song CD was mixed by Josh Rob Gwilliam (Ghosts of modern man, Grade) at MCC Studios in Calgary, and was mastered at Joao Carvalho Mastering Studios in Toronto (Alexisonfire, The weakerthans). With the new CD, Tickle Trunk is looking to tour and play extensivly to build their fan base. Tickle Trunks website; www.tickletrunkband.com, has recieved hits from not only Canada and the U.S., but all over the world including Spain, Norway, Sweeden, Japan, New Zealand and Australia to name a few. Tickle Trunk's influences include Gob, MXPX, Face to Face, Social Distortion, Lagwagon, and NOFX to name a few. Always trying to keep their music new and fresh is what they strive for, and is what seperates them from alot of other bands. Touring has always been a passion for Tickle Trunk, they always make it an event. When playing shows around their home base they always make sure to bring along there friends and fans. Tickle Trunk knows that if it wasn't for them there would be no band, so they remain very down to earth. Ryan, Tyler and Brad came together to form a band that would satisfy there need to play in a band where ther was a common goal of writing and playing the best songs that they can. Step by step, they want to make there music known to the world.


1. "Live at Ryly's"- 5 tracks, 2005

2. Tickle Trunk (self-titled)- 11 tracks, 2005

3.Diet punk- 9 tracks, 2007

Tracks available on itunes, cdbaby, purevolume,

Set List

1. just go - Diet punk
2. score - self-titled
3. 123456 - self-titled
4. live for today - Diet punk
5. goodbye earl (Dixie Chicks cover)
6. what are we fighting for - Diet punk
7. wrong - Live at Rylys
8. titty twister (Diesel Boy cover)
9. Ridalin - self titled

This would be a typical set list if we were playing a set where we were permitted to play originals. If we were playing a bar show where they wanted more cover than originals, then we would just use our list of approx 40-50 covers that we can do and play one or two originals. Our normal style for our cover show would be mostly classic rock songs with a couple of "punked-up" country songs.