Norwich based up-and-coming trio Other Half have just released their new single, ‘Tiny Head’, which comes from their soon-to-be-released debut album, ‘Big Twenty’.
Directed and filmed by bassist Sophie Porter, the track’s accompanying video sees the band enjoying a socially-distanced ice cream together.
This is what vocalist Cal Hudson had to say about the song.
“‘Tiny Head’ is a sad little pop song about being groomed, used and cut loose without ever really knowing about it. It finds a new set of particularly shitty narrators pulling strings, extracting the last juicy bits from an already pretty spent group of people, providing some validation through humiliation. I suppose it’s a lazy metaphor for our old friend capitalism, getting off on watching us all helplessly squirm around.
It’s the most melodic thing on the record, swapping out some of the bile for something with a little more swagger. I’d like to think it operates somewhere between the gnarled pop of The Pixies and the boozy swank of Thin Lizzy.”
You can watch the video for ‘Tiny Head’ below.
The band’s debut studio album, ‘Big Twenty’, is set for release on August 21st 2020 via Venn Records.
Pre-orders are expected to be made available soon.