Philadelphia indie-rock quintet Tiny Hueman has delivered their ambitious new single & video, “Supercell”.

The track is the band’s first new material since the release of 2017’s ‘Drift’ EP.

The band spoke exclusively to Substream Magazine, to talk discuss the story behind “Supercell”.

Emanating from Philadelphia, indie/alt quintet Tiny Huemancombines the best of indie, emo and alternative, centering on an intricate, thought-provoking and expressive brand of musicianship.

Debut EP ‘Shallow’, produced by Kyle Pulley at The Headroom Studios (Hop Along, Kississippi, The Districts) and mastered by Ryan Schwabe (Hop Along, The Districts, Modern Baseball), secured an impressive response across Philadelphia and buoyed the bands confidence to quickly return to the studio for follow up effort ‘Drift’.

The sophomore EP secured national acclaim for the East Coast rockers; features with tastemakers such as Alt Press, iHeart Radio and Idobi culminating in lead single “Hollowhead” seeing over 95,000 plays on Spotify and title-track “Drift” featuring on VICELAND’s Thrasher King Of The Road.

Complementing their tidy tunes, the band has diligently played shows across the East Coast as well as taking the stage alongside some of the city’s finest, at the first annual Philly Music Fest at World Café Live, displaying their emotive and captivating songwriting to a grateful and quickly growing fan base.

With 2018 drawing to a close, Tiny Hueman returns with new single and video “Supercell”, the latest delivery from a band whose deft execution and cohesion continues to blossom as their reputation expands in unison.

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