Little Quirks bring indie-folk to WA
Australian indie-folk band Little Quirks tour WA in November on the back of the release of their new single, I Told You So.
From New South Wales, the trio have made waves on triple j’s Unearthed charts when they topped the lot with their single Crumbled.
Now, sisters Abbey and Mia Toole and their cousin Jaymi Toole are heading to the other side of the country to tour WA and bring their fresh sound to some lucky listeners.
Little Quirks will be in Margaret River on November 11 at The River, where they will bring their “deft songwriting . . . depth and levity”.
After releasing their second EP, Suzie Knows, the Little Quirks have spent the past nine months gigging and touring with the likes of Busby Marou, Tim Rogers, Dragon, Sarah McLeod, All Our Exes, Alex the Astronaut, SKEGSS, Cloud Control, Xavier Rudd, Sola Rosa, The Beautiful Girls and others.
Abbey said that after performing at a festival in WA, the three of them were looking forward to coming back for a full tour.
“We are excited to play at all the places we have seen so far,” she said.
Abbey said their success had come in a short time and they were now at an interesting stage of their careers. “We are excited to see where it all goes from here,” she said.
“We are hoping to come back (to WA) again early next year.
“Also, we are doing another EP soon, which we are really looking forward to. Then we are hoping to do more touring.”
In their typical indie-folk style, I Told You So is an upbeat, infectious, folky pop release that follows a similar winding path to Crumbled.
In essence, the song is about a person who is coming out of a bad situation and is feeling as though they have conquered their demons.
Abbey said the song was “what the band is really about”.
“I think it captures what we are now,” she said. “It has the vibe we were going for.”