Watch the kinda weird, very great video for Tiny Little Houses' latest single, Short Hair

Watch the kinda weird, very great video for Tiny Little Houses' latest single, Short Hair

Their Australian tour kicks off this weekend in Ballarat.

It's been about a month since we copped one of the year's early great albums in Idiot Proverbs, from Melbourne band Tiny Little Houses (read a great track by track HERE), which means it's now almost tour time for the group. To get you in the mood, they've recently unveiled a weirdly wonderful new video for latest single Short Hair, directed by Marie Panguard who explains: “We shot Short Hair at a friend’s in Carlton. We needed a space big enough for Jacob Edmonds (the main character) to express himself in his dance routines. I liked the idea of a square room in which the character doesn’t fit and is being rejected from all sides. The video builds to a destructive dance during the last chorus where party-goers finally interact with the protagonist because of the level of disruption the dancing is causing. He finally becomes the centre of attention.” It's another great piece of work from an act who are fast becoming one of this country's most essential emerging indie-rock artists.

Check it out along with the full list of tour dates below, or if you're an Apple Music-er cop it HERE.

TOUR DATES (more info/tickets HERE):

Sat 24 Feb – Karova Lounge, Ballarat

Fri 2 Mar – Corner Hotel, Melbourne

Sat 3 Mar – Republic Bar, Hobart

Thu 8 Mar – Strawberry Boogie @ Wollongong Uni Bar, Wollongong

Fri 9 Mar – Oxford Arts Factory, Sydney

Sat 10 Mar – The Brightside, Brisbane

Fri 16 Mar – Jack Rabbit Slim's, Perth

Sat 17 Mar – Fat Controller, Adelaide

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