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Tiny Giant Release Thirsty & Sad

The self-described “Dream Pop meets Future Rock” duo Tiny Giant have released two new genre-bending singles, available on Spotify, Apple Music, and iTunes.

Chloë Alper and Mat Collis, the duo behind Tiny Giant, flex their musical prowess and diversity on the double release of “Thirsty” & “Sad”. The two tracks find a way to compliment each other whilst still standing apart as two full-bodied musical entities. Tiny Giant show off their penchant for heavy riffs and multi-layered sound on “Thirsty” before embracing their softer side on the rich yet delicate “Sad”.

Tiny Giant is the lovechild of Chloë Alper (ex Pure Reason Revolution, Charli XCX guitarist) and multi-instrumentalist Mat Collis, a MOBO and Grammy nominated engineer who has worked with the likes of Jay Z, Charli XCX, The Black Eyed Peas, Yelawolf, Mr Hudson and The Noisettes.

Guided by diverse influences and previous musical experience, the result of their collaboration melds bombastic riffs with delicately shaped soundscapes to produce a rich multi-layered sound.

Tiny Giant’s front woman Chloë Alper launched her music career at the age of 13 fronting the cult Riot Grrrl punk band Period Pains. Alper then helped form the critically acclaimed prog rock outfit Pure Reason Revolution. The act were signed to Sony and their ten year career saw the release of four studio albums. After they disbanded Alper teamed up with Robin Coudert of the french band Phoenix to write the title tracks for the cult horror remakes of Elijah Wood’s Maniac and Amityville: The Awakening.

Tiny Giant are currently in the studio fine tuning their debut album that will be coming in 2018.

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