Melbourne musos Tiny Little Houses are headed out on their first ever headline national tour. The guys will be taking to the road for a small run of shows this November to celebrate the release of their second EP, Snow Globe, out Oct 7.
The upcoming five-tracker will see the band stretch their sound further than ever before, celebrating their heartbroken indie pop production but also moving into emo-fuzz territory with a cover of Kasey Chambers classic ‘Not Pretty Enough’.
On the back of their sold out Milo Tin tour, the band will be dip into the archives to perform tracks from their debut EP You Tore Out My Heart, as well as all new, never before heard material. Tickets are on sale now.
Today the four-piece have also dropped a brand new clip for the first single to be extracted from the forthcoming EP, ‘Song Despite Apathy’. Directed by drummer Clancy Bond and close mate Daniel Dunn, it’s a DIY production majoring in endearing apathy.
Snow Globe is out October 7. Give it a shake here.