After making sizable noise with the release of their debut You Tore Out My Heart EP in 2015, which features breakthrough single ‘Easy’, Tiny Little Houses return with their new track ‘Milo Tin‘.
Having received its worldwide premiere via Beats 1 and currently streaming on the NME’s website, ‘Milo Tin’ winds woozy riffs around a messy and raucous beat, with singer Caleb Karvountzis’s mesmerizing vocals stitching together a self-aware take on a relationship in the Australian suburbs. Produced, recorded and mixed by Steven Schram (Paul Kelly) and mastered by Grammy-nominated engineer Andrei Eremin (Chet Faker, Hiatus Kaiyote, WAFIA).
Singer Caleb says of the track: “Milo tin is a tongue in cheek take on Australiana, the classic gap year and the effect it has on a young relationship.”
‘Milo Tin’ is one of Tiny Little Houses’ catchiest and richest-sounding tracks yet. To celebrate the release of ‘Milo Tin’, the band will be heading around the country for seven shows to coincide with the release; including The Hills are Alive, a nifty spot at Bendigo’s Groovin’ The Moo. ‘Milo Tin’ is out now through Ivy League Records
Saturday, March 26 – The Hills Are Alive Festival, Vic
Friday, April 22 – Newtown Social Club, Sydney [with NOIRE and Tali Mahoney]
Saturday, April 23 – The Foundry, Brisbane [with IVEY and Tali Mahoney]
Thursday, April 28 – Rocket Bar, Adelaide [with The Belligerents and Tali Mahoney]
Friday, April 29 – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne [with IV League & Tali Mahoney]
Saturday, April 30 – Groovin The Moo, Bendigo
Friday, May 6 – The Channel, Melbourne [all ages show]