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Little Tybee / Press

“The sextet from Atlanta, Georgia have been developing their genre bending sound over the course of nearly seven years, three albums, and countless tours across the States. It’s time to start paying attention.”

“It’s easy to get lost in Josh’s playing, but the other members of the band are quick to pull the curtain back and reveal a much more refined and arranged sound, a sound that is very much dependent on every member of the band. Although each member of Little Tybee could stand as a musical force of nature on their own, as a unit, the group stands to create some of the most promising and truly original music of our generation. Above is the premiere of More Like Jason from Little Tybee’s upcoming self-titled album. It’s a track that revels in its expansiveness, nimble guitar lines, Brock’s soaring falsetto, and what could be described as the first gypsy-prog breakdown I’ve ever heard.”

“Atlanta-based Little Tybee, a band that continues to win us over with their layered sound and ethereal pop vibe”

PASTE

“Like many good albums, Building a Bomb has a sense of a very particular time and place to it, as if it were composed, performed and recorded in one room over a weekend on top of some distant, snow-covered mountain top or, perhaps, in a ramen-littered studio apartment. Little Tybee successfully creates its own musical vernacular, something light and intangible between the way that Scott pronounces certain words, the inherent swing of the rhythm section or the brief, unexpected key changes that pop up here and there like rabbits out of their holes. Building a Bomb feels like one of the more significant discoveries of the year; be sure to buy your own individual copy and to treasure it, always.”