Though not exactly the new Whale, you could easily take the angle that it’s gotta be rough having a band called Little Girls in the wake of Girls’ recent explosion. (Yes, it’s harder when you’re Seattle’s the Girls.) The bigger hurdle for multi-instrumental Torontonian Josh McIntyre is having a dark lo-fi Captured Track-related project that resembles label head Mike Sniper’s Blank Dogs (and Gary War, Ye Olde Maids, and etc). Little Girls — which began as McIntyre’s solo project and now tour as a quartet — sound more like a full band, though, which sets them apart within the bedroom set. Take a listen to “Growing” the last song on their forthcoming full-length debut Concepts.


Concepts is out now via Paper Bag. The vinyl edition, which ships 10/30, is limited to 300 copies. You can secure one now via PBR. Keep your eyes peeled at CMJ:

10/20 – New York, NY @ Cake Shop (Pop Tarts Suck Toasted Showcase)
10/21 – Brooklyn, NY @ Union Pool (Noise Problem Showcase)
10/23 – New York, NY @ Pianos (Terrible Records Showcase)

Comments (5)
  1. Blue RAy   |   Posted on Oct 16th, 2009 0

    Charles Dickens meets Songs About Buildings and Food…Just precious…I don’t even have to hear it…

  2. squirrelly  |   Posted on Oct 16th, 2009 0


  3. i went to highschool with this guy

  4. Shaun  |   Posted on Oct 17th, 2009 0

    Uhhh…This song is really damn good.

  5. toto  |   Posted on Oct 17th, 2009 0

    Simple, contagious.

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