Central Coast's favourite trio Little Quirks have released their hypnotic new single, SOMEONE TO HOLD, a further first taste of what's to come from their highly anticipated fourth EP.
Discussing the track, lead vocalist Jaymi Toole said, "'Someone To Hold' was loosely written as a love story between a lonely person and their shadow. The idea slowly merged with the concept of self-acceptance and being comfortable enough within yourself to embrace who you really are as opposed to what people perceive you as. This song is also a little different to our usual sound. We've gone for a 50's inspired style for this track to capture a sense of nostalgia, like an old-fashioned love story. However, in the end, sometimes all we need is a connection with ourselves."
SOMEONE TO HOLD was mixed in Nashville by Ryan Hewitt (The Lumineers, Vance Joy) and produced by Little Quirks. The band create all of their music, cover art and videos themselves. Abbey (vocals/guitar) and sister Mia Toole (drums), have a backyard recording studio at their family home which they built with their Dad, Adam, giving them the opportunity to write and record at their leisure!
Their 2018 single 'Crumbled' has been a runaway favourite on Spotify with over 3 million streams. The band has also amassed a loyal following for their powerful and distinctive DIY videos on YouTube.
In recent years Little Quirks have charmed crowds at music festivals and venues up and down the East Coast, sharing stages with artists such as The Teskey Brothers, The Preatures, Xavier Rudd, Ruby Fields, Tim Rogers and Alex the Astronaut.
Little Quirks recently signed with ABC Music and made their label debut with the folk-tinged single, FLORENCE'S TOWN.