Lit­tle Quirks bring in­die-folk to WA

Augusta Margaret River Times - - Time Out - Lit­tle Quirks are set to tour WA as part of their I Told You So Tour.

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.”

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