Our debut LP Somewhere You Found My Name is set to be released on July 21, and we’re celebrating with a show at Littlefield in Brooklyn on the 26th! Addie Juell and Sohrab Habibion collaborated on the cover image here, and we can’t wait for you all to hear the music, on which MANY have collaborated for a couple of years now. We’re very very excited about this one…..
We’re thrilled to be kicking off our publicity campaign for Somewhere You Found My Name with All Eyes Media! They’ve represented many of our heroes through the years, and starting today are circulating some good words about the album (as well as some pretty pictures taken by Addie Juell!). Have a look at the new bio and press release here.
Our album comes out this summer, and we are partnering with a bunch of artists to create a slew of totally super expressive and illuminating music videos to accompany the release. This post is not about those videos. This post is about us setting up an iphone in a corner of our small apartments about once a week, and playing songs from the album, no frills, no funny stuff. Or maybe minimal funny stuff. Have a look at the growing collection we’ve got on our Photo & Video page.
About Little Silver
“[Little Silver] prove themselves on The Stolen Souvenir… haunting songs [that] touch on experimental and rock and roll sounds”
“A perfect example of the new generation of folk, featuring twanging acoustic guitar punctuated by carefully conducted vocal harmonies, all dripping in … tranquility and longing. Indeed, Little Silver is quite reminiscent of Fleet Foxes or the Head And The Heart.”
“…absolutely superb. The attention to detail, the inherent melody and vocal harmonies make for an incredible listen. You’re gong to fall head over heels…”
—Austin Town Hall
The Stolen Souvenir is the debut EP from Little Silver. It’s bare and intimate, a small set of gorgeous songs co-written by Erika Simonian and Steve Curtis over the course of their first year playing together.
Erika is a veteran of several NYC bands (The Erics, The Go Kartel), and Steve is a founding member of and writer for Hem, with whom he has sold over 85,000 records worldwide and performed all over. They both play guitar, sharing a ethereal duet vocal. Live, their sound is opened up with the help of Ray Rizzo (drums/keys) and David Tarica (bass/keys). This full band lineup is back in the studio this year to put together a full-length record, following Erika and Steve’s duet covers EP (Dress Up) from 2012. The duo and the quartet will be touring later this year in support of the new release. Booking and more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.