Thursday, April 19, 2007

LA Throws The Little Ones a Homecoming Party

Thank God Losanjealous always shoots the best shows in LA.

Over the last year The Content has done several different pieces on The Little Ones, all discussing how great they are. Since we first bought their Sing Song Ep in December 05 (yikes it's been a while), The Little Ones have transformed from a local act to a national touring band. Because of that change a Little Ones show in LA has become a rare opportunity and a time of celebration.

In proper fashion, the pop quintet filled the Troubadour earlier this month - introducing a slew of new songs, as well as all their EP jams. As the photo above indicates, the show was pure enjoyment for both the audience and band. The new tracks have one thing in common - percussion. The songs consisted of an onslaught of shakers, tambourines and drums, which while present on the EP, have risen to a whole new foot tapping level. For a longtime fan, the best aspect of The Little Ones is their steady trajectory. Their fan base is loyal, the buzz is purely word of mouth, and their songwriting has matured without losing any flavor.

We spoke with Edward after the show, and the recording of The Little Ones debut LP is underway. We will keep you posted with all the details, when they come in.

Grab some great live tracks at Daytrotter!

[mp3] The Little Ones - Lover Who Uncover (Crystal Castles Remix)


Blogger Barbara Bruederlin said...

I've been noticing the Little Ones all over the NME lately. And they certainly deserve the international recognition.

7:23 PM  

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