Saint John’s Little You, Little Me offer up a pair of tracks and a tour in support of the band’s first 7” single, Evador.
Following up last year’s four song EP, In Under Fourteen Highly Concentrated Minutes, Saint John’s Little You, Little Me have announced the release of two new songs packaged together as a 7” single. The band also announced a series of fall tour dates in support of the release that will see them on the road for the remainder of November, playing dates throughout Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick.
The single’s title track, Evador, is a polished, concise 2:18 minute ride that hints towards the group’s continued evolution, building on the diverse songwriting introduced on IUFHCM. From punk roots, LYLM’s sound is constantly developing in new directions without losing the guitar driven focus that defined the group early on.
The B-side, Bros, is an on-the-nose jab at frat boy culture fittingly delivered with a bit more grit.
Little You, Little Me have spent much of 2018 in the studio working on their next full length album surfacing only for occasional performances close to home. The upcoming tour will be the band’s first major out of province excursion since the spring.
Nov. 17 | Taco Pica | Saint John, NB
Nov. 22 | ANAF | Guelph, ON
Nov. 23 | Call the Office | London, ON
Nov. 24 | The Doors Pub | Hamilton, ON
Nov. 25 | Phog Lounge | Windsor, ON
Nov. 27 | Horseshoe Tavern | Toronto, ON
Nov. 28 | Pressed | Ottawa, ON
Nov. 29 | Kaffe 1870 | Wakefield, QC
Nov. 30 | Pool House | Montreal, QC
Dec. 1 | The Well | Miramichi, NB
Dec. 8 | The Capital Complex | Fredericton, NB
Dec. 14 | Callie’s Pub | Saint John, NB