Melbourne indie-dreamers Tiny Little Houses have confirmed they will release their debut album this January, which guarantees to be their most raucous collection of songs to date.
Idiot Proverbs is set to highlight the maturity and progress of singer/songwriter Kaleb Karvountzis’ artistic vision and spiralling emotional state. The album presents wry reflections on growing up, finding your place amongst the chaos and falling short of your own (and others’) expectations.
“I think we have less resilience than our ancestors. We were raised this way. Who’s to blame? I don’t know, probably everyone. The song doesn’t answer any problems but maybe there aren’t any answers in this system,” explains Karvountzis.
Featuring previously released angsty, 90’s inspired track ‘Garbage Bin’ and today’s brand new corker and truth bomb ‘Entitled Generation’ – a grungy take on millennial feels.
Their debut album marks the follow-up to the four-piece’s first two EPs – You Tore Out My Heart (2015) and Snow Globe (2016) and it finds the band pushing into a new emotionally-charged soundscape.
“This record is far rockier then our previous musical endeavours,” Karvountzis says. It’s a bit of a jump for us but we’re more comfortable in our skins than in prior recordings. There are some dumb, lighter songs on this record and some of our most emotional and heavy attempts.
Idiot Proverbs will be released, January 12. You can pre-order it now. Standby for more TLH happenings.