This week’s feature album comes from Melbourne band Tiny Little Houses with their new album ‘Idiot Proverbs’.
Tiny Little Houses frontman Caleb Karvountzis has come a long way from writing indie pop songs to upload to Soundcloud. Now, Karvountzis is living in Melbourne and part of a four-piece band (he jokes that being in Tiny Little Houses is “just like having three girlfriends”) and has found a loyal audience, enamoured by songs like You Tore Out My Heart, Easy and Medicate Me.
Now, in their debut album, they have taken a grungier angle following in the footsteps of lead single Garbage Bin, moving away from their indie pop beginnings. This album is gritty, playful and has oodles of sing-along potential. From all of us here at 2RRR we hope you enjoy listening along this week!
“Idiot Proverbs is a record that works fantastically simply because it is not taken too seriously” – Amnplify
Highlight Tracks:Entitled Generation, Nowhere SA, Garbage Bin.
Tiny Little Houses are currently touring Australia to promote the new album.
Catch them in Sydney on March 9th.
Tune into Breakfast and Youth Jukebox on 2RRR 88.5FM all week long to hear these songs and more.
Lead image: Tiny Little Houses / Facebook