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The debut album from Melbourne’s Tiny Little Houses sees the group pushing forward into an exciting new indie-rock direction.

Throughout the record the group employ a more raucous, gritty texture to their sound whilst still maintaining their indie-pop charm. Idiot Proverbs has a number of tracks in it’s midst that will quickly have the listener singing along to the catchy lyrics.

With this new rambunctious sound Tiny Little Houses now have the ability to showcase their growth as both artists and people. Idiot Proverbs regulars reflects on their personal experiences of growing up and finding their place in the world amongst the throngs of chaos.

One track in particular standouts as an example of the groups growth and ability to place bigger issues under the microscope and that song is Entitled Generation. This songs asks why does this generation have less resilience than those in the past and who is to blame?

★★★