What Little Guilt Do When Procrastinating

What Little Guilt Do When Procrastinating

Teasing a debut EP with their most recent single Nowhere, we procrastinate a little bit with the indie-dream-pop group.

Photo by Rhys Rogers Visuals

A few months ago we premiered a catchy tune from Mandurah-based indie-pop rockers Little Guilt, an upcoming outfit who recently announced their debut EP I Do Everything Around The House with a dreamy new tune titled Nowhere

Featuring a sweeping beat, rhythmic bass lines, and dreamy indie guitars swirling around hazy laid-back vocal delivery “Nowhere” is a song about procrastinating. It’s about wanting to do everything else but the thing you’re supposed to be doing. A very relatable topic for most people.” shares the group. As a taste of what to expect come the EP’s release, we’re in for a real treat as Little Guilt continues to wrap us up in their comforting lyricism and honey-like instrumentation. 

To celebrate the release of Nowhere, the procrastinators anthem, we ask Little Guilt what they do when they procrastinate? 

Brady: Raid the pantry for food

Jarrod: Golf golf and golf

Ella: Takes her dog to the local cafe to buy her a puppycino 

Mop: Fruit shopping from markets 

Joe: Sleeping and taking naps

Be sure to give Nowhere a listen below, as we eagerly await the release of the full EP come September 13th alongside a couple of local shows in Boorloo/ Perth and Walyalup/ Fremantle. 

Little Guilt's new single Nowhere is out now. 


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