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Small Feet

Small Feet's "Bad Science" video premieres via Billboard

In anticipation of the upcoming release of With Psychic Powers, the sophomore effort from Swedish artist Small Feet out tomorrow, Billboard is premiering the video for the track "Bad Science."

Small Feet also recently premiered the first single from With Psychic Powers, "Let the Guys Down," via Brooklyn Vegan, as well as the video for the track "Masquerade" via FLOOD. Of the "Masquerade" video, FLOOD notes, "The song's delicate yearnings and shuffled rhythms are visualized through a conceptual music video that mirrors the lyrics' frustrations. The clip takes a profound look at modern mating rituals, often reduced to little more than an exchange of staged photographs."

Small Feet is set to tour Europe throughout the spring in support of the new album. 28 Mar 2019

Small Feet "With Psychic Powers"

With Psychic Powers, the sophomore effort from Swedish artist Small Feet, is due March 29. In anticipation of the upcoming release Brooklyn Vegan is premiering the album's first single, "Let the Guys Down." Listen to the track at Brooklyn Vegan.

Recorded over the winter of 2017-18 at frontman and songwriter Simon Stålhamre's own Studio Kvastis in Stockholm, the album marks a move in a more experimental direction from Stålhamre's critically acclaimed debut full-length, 2015's From Far Enough Away Everything Sounds Like the Ocean which received praise from The New York Times, NPR/WXPN's "World Café," Clash, MOJO, KEXP and many more while earning Stålhamre positive comparisons to Neil Young and Jason Molina. 31 Jan 2019

Small Feet share "Liar Behind The Sun" video, announce new EP

Today Brooklyn Vegan premiered the new single from Small Feet entitled, "Liar Behind The Sun" which will be on their new digital-only EP Dreaming the Dream.

Watch the video here.

Small Feet's debut album, From Far Enough Away Everything Sounds Like the Ocean, received rave reviews and the band toured both Europe and the United States. While working on their follow-up (to be released in early 2017) the band revisited a few unfinished gems from the From Far Enough Away... sessions to bring us the Dreaming The Dream EP.

Like Jason Molina, Simon Stålhamre has a voice that can swim out of a sinking heart. His emotional subtlety calls upon the dry humour of Bill Callahan, and there's a buoyancy to his language that floats his warm tenor, while at the same time allowing him to echo Daniel Johnston's inspired innocence. Tracks like the opener "Hymn", which comes in at barely over a minute, show Stålhamre's ability to state a simple beautiful truth with stunning minimalism. While "A Winter Coat On Bare Bones" could have very well been a recently discovered Neil Young outtake from Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere. 17 Nov 2016