Lo-fi noise-folk luminaries Tiny Little Houses are ending 2015 on a high note, having not only recently pulled off a deal with Ivy League Records and drawn sell-out crowds to shows at home in Melbourne as well as Sydney, with the band today announcing that they have consequently partnered up with renowned international booking agency WME.
The new partnership comes hot on the heels of the release of the band's debut EP You Tore Out My Heart last month, which swiftly garnered the outfit broad acclaim from critics and fans, including a particularly credible endorsement from triple j head honcho Richard Kingsmill. To celebrate their leap up the industry ladder, the band have unveiled a special live-performance video clip for breakout single Easy, premiering exclusively on theMusic.com.au today.
With a performance scheduled this weekend as part of Melbourne Music Week, at the city's Meat Market this Saturday 14 November, as well as a support slot for Jeremy Neale (20 November, Shebeen) and an appearance at Victoria's Paradise Music Festival (27-29 November, Lake Mountain Alpine Resort) to boot, Tiny Little Houses are looking to close out the year firing on all cylinders.
You Tore Out My Heart is available now via Ivy League Records. For tickets to Paradise Music Festival, head this way. For further details about Tiny Little Houses' other scheduled and future shows, keep an eye on theGuide or The Music App.
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