“Vocalist Claire de Lune makes glistening pop magic against Grant Cutler’s electro-beats”
“tiny deaths hold unexpected elements in balance, making something unique.”
These are just two of the praises shared about the Los Angeles-based indie dream-pop duo tiny deaths. They share their new song ‘Us (Yabil Remix)’ from their Magic (The Remixes) EP, released on 4 October via Handwritten Records. The remix draws elements from various musical nominations, from blends of electronic arrangements to elegant vocals, resulting in a darker version of the original.
Aside from Billboard and Clash Magazine, the duo has been featured in The Guardian, The 405, Stereogum, Earmilk and PopMatters, to name a few. The duo’s styles differ considerably, Cutler from heavily experimental electronica and ambient music, de Lune from RnB, the result of these sounds, the Indie Pop band tiny deaths. Cutler’s bass and de Lune’s rich, soulful vocals fuse to create a sound reminiscent of 4AD projects, Grimes and Cocteau Twins.
Grant Cutler and Claire de Lune, better known as tiny death, have shared the stage with acts like Glass Animals, Matthew Dear, Sleigh Bells, Mr Little Jeans, How to Dress Well and will play three dates alongside Pale Honey later this month (see tour dates below). If Magic (The Remixes) is any indication of their future, their fanbase can only continue to grow.
19 October – Simple Things Festival (Bristol)
20 October – SWN Festival, Cardiff (Wales)
25 October – The Waiting Room (London)
27 October – 806qm, Darmstadt (opening for Pale Honey)
28 October – Blue Shell, Köln (opening for Pale Honey)
30 October – Urban Spree, Berlin (opening for Pale Honey)
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