Published Nov 13, 2015This summer, Exclaim! reviewed Little You, Little Me's SappyFest set and wrote that, by the end of the performance, the room was "ready for 10 more songs." Well, good news: we're soon going to get 14 new tunes from the fuzzy New Brunswick band, since they've just announced their sophomore album. I'd Watch the Day Til It Died will be out on December 4 through Monopolized Records.
A press release notes that the album "demonstrates a strong capacity for invention with tracks ranging from straight ahead visceral rock to anti-pop introspection." It's said to feature "frenetic riffs and ferocious fuzz pop" in the mould of Eric's Trip, Dinosaur Jr., ..And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead and Fugazi. It's the follow-up to last year's What Have You Been Doing With Yer Time?
The 14-song tracklist is below. For the taste of the band's noisy sound, hear the scorching single "Racket in My Brain" at the bottom of the page. It's bound to cause a racket in your brain. Also below, see Little You, Little Me's tour schedule. It consists of a few dates in Eastern Canada in December.
I'd Watch the Day Til It Died:
2. There's a Lot I Don't Understand
3. I Lift My Gaze Upward & Turn Myself Outward Toward the Universe
4. Racket in My Brain
5. Unwanted Company
8. It's Awkward
9. Caught Between Us
10. Open Your Arms
11. Bored & Alone
12. If You Say It Ain't So
13. Eyes to the World
14. Talkin' Talkin
12/04 Saint John, NB - Pepper's Pub
12/05 Fredericton, NB - The Capital Complex
12/11 Halifax, NS - Gus' Pub
12/12 Sackville, NB - Thunder & Lightning