Tiny Hearts reveal latest video for ‘Snow Cold’

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LA based trio Tiny Hearts have released a music video for Snow Cold, which is lifted for the trio’s ‘Stay EP. Watch the video via YouTube below.

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Dede from Tiny Hearts said “The video documents a journey of a character from the depths of an underground garage to the edge of civilization. The dreamlike bokeh offers a study in binary sequence as the simple code and structure of a technologically advanced society. Lights blink off and on, smeared and unfocused, bubbling and reflecting the buzzing analog synthesis of the music.”

‘Stay,’ the first EP from Tiny Hearts, is the result of two years of trans-continental collaboration, studio incubation, and friendship. The four-song debut is as hard as it is soft, as Detroit as it is L.A., equally well suited for seriously getting down or not-so-seriously kicking back with a glass of something.

‘Stay EP’ Track list:
01. Stay

02. Centerfold

03. Snow Cold

04. Calling

More about Tiny Hearts? Waajeed, Dede Reynolds and Tim K met at a bar beneath the J train in New York City. Cadillac margaritas and invisible hands pushed the three to a southside basement for a late night listening session. Resulting remixes led to original mixes, and the group was formed. The result: a reflection of intention.

Waajeed, a founding member of Detroit’s Slum Village and Platinum Pied Pipers, was in a period of deep introspection when he met Brooklyn duo DEDE (Dede Reynolds and Tim K). As a key figure in the collaboration, he shapes the sonic palette now known as Tiny Hearts. Tim K is a jazz-trained producer and composer bringing a unique melodic sensibility and lyrical identity to Tiny Hearts. He is the glue of the trio. Dede Reynolds, a nomadic chanteuse, contributes her icy pure vocal texture, creating the stark contrast to Waajeed’s gritty tracks that defines the sound. Her love of French pop, vintage fashion and Italian horror shapes the auditory and visual representation of the band.

The group debuted on the DIRT TECH RECK takeover on Benji B’s BBC radio show in late 2012. Circulation and word of mouth created a buzz, resulting in support from KCRW’s Garth Trinidad, Aaron Byrd and Anthony Valadez, KEXP’s DJ Alex, as well as other radio and club DJs across the globe. Tiny Hearts were then featured as essential emerging artists in KCRW, NPR, and LA Canvas.

For more information on Tiny Hearts, visit tinyhearts.net.

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