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Close Enough

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Wonderful album; they know where they're going

I caught a glimpse of The Tiny from a BBC radio program called Late Junction, when they played Closer. I was immediately enamored by the pace and simple attitude of the lyrics and vocals. I heard someone comment on how they know exactly where they're going and take their time to get there. I find this to be a really apt description. This is music that brushes off a seat for you to sit down side by side with and allows itself to unfold in your presence, rather than superimposing a world onto you and expecting you to keep up. I have heard comparisons with Joanna Newsome's music, but I find these only loosely fitting. The vocalist is female, yes, and at times has a child-like fancy, but there's not that making-it-up-as-you-go, kind of sharp corning-turning that you get with Newsome. The Tiny is collected, and content to (quite skillfully) just be walking softly along.

Haunting...

Beautiful voice sounds oddly like Billy Holiday. The album is wonderful for rainy bluesy dayz.

Wow! she is Good

Hallis, Closer and Across.. are very well written and performed. If you like very relaxing violin songs w/ words than The Tiny is for you. Her music sounds very bold, live and definately original.

Biography

Formed: 2002 in Stockholm, Sweden

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

The Tiny vocalist and founding member Ellekari Larsson was well on her way to becoming a professional ice skater until a serious slip at age 14 sealed her fate. She hung up her skates and devoted herself to music, performing with various Stockholm-based punk and ska outfits throughout her teens. In 2002, a friend introduced her to cellist and Royal Academy of Music dropout Leo Svensson, and the two hit it off immediately. They got to work fleshing out some of Larsson's previously written songs, recruited...
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