In lead singer Caleb Karvountzis’ own words:
“Song despite apathy’ is a contemplation of faith, fear, sin and death in a world increasingly out of control. It’s about the limitations to human empathy and how frustratingly powerless we are in a system which seems to doom us to repeat the same mistakes both personally and throughout society.”
The first offering from the band’s forthcoming, sophomore EP Snow Globe, ‘SDA’ provides a distinctly different sound from the band and a glimpse of what fans can expect on this latest offering.
Ruckus and scuzzy, ‘SDA’ pushes Tiny Little Houses into rawer and wilder sonic territory. Recorded in Melbourne with revered Aussie producer Steve Schram, the track and EP release follows radio favourite ‘Milo Tin’ and the band’s critically acclaimed debut EP You Tore Out My Heart.
The band will be taking to the stages of BIGSOUND in September this year, showcasing new music for industry and fans alike and will have a fresh round of headline shows to announce shortly.
‘Song Despite Apathy’ is out now. Snow Globe EP is out 7th October through Ivy League Records.