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Little Foot Long Foot / Bio

“Little Foot Long Foot sound like Black Sabbath fronted by Kate Bush!”
- Colin MacDonald, The Trews

The Toronto-based trio comprised of vocal powerhouse and guitarist Joan Smith (White Cowbell
Oklahoma), monster keyboardist Jeff Heisholt (The Trews, Skydiggers, Peter Elkas Band), and rock solid drummer Gavin Maguire (Dearly Beloved, Peter Elkas Band, Parlour Brothers) are ready to unleash their new 5 song EP 'Woman'. "Once we got the arrangements down I just put microphones on these guys and let them do their thing. They're such great players - it was easy to produce them." says "Woman" producer Colin MacDonald.

Songs from 2011's Ian Blurton produced 'Oh, Hell', and 2009's 'Harsh Words' found their place in the pop culture zeitgeist, including placements in the end credits and soundtrack album of Netflix's 'Orange is the New Black', Degrassi, the Eva Mendes film 'Girl in Progress', and the Will Arnett NBC sitcom 'Up All Night'.

Upon winning Indie Week's Studio Competition, LFLF enlisted MacDonald's production skills and Adrian Popovich's (Sam Roberts, Priestess, Tricky Woo) mixing wizardry to hone their songs to a sharp,
explosive, hook-filled point. Their new single 'Woman' begins with haunting layered female vocals,
quickly followed by a fist pumping verse which pays off with an infectious, soaring chorus, featuring MacDonald on vocal backups.

Little Foot Long Foot give an unsparing, howling cave-rock stomp of a show, and "is by far one of my
favourite bands to watch live!" - Indie 88.1 FM's morning host Candice Knihnitski.

General Info

Artist Name
Little Foot Long Foot
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/littlefootlongfoot
Genres
Rock / Blues / Country

Contact Info

Location
Toronto, ON, CA

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