Catchy to the core and audibly gorgeous from the rhythm to the harmony, the new song and video from Swedish band Tiny Fighter, titled ‘Tell Me’, is such a memorable song, to me, that I find it hard not to listen again. Everything is so beautifully crafted and pulled together like it was meant to be that the video really seems like eye candy for such a lush track.

As of April 26, the ‘Tell Me’ EP will be available across online stores like iTunes and streaming platforms such as Spotify, but it can already be pre-ordered via Bandcamp.

About Tiny Fighter
Swedish-Australian indie pop outfit Tiny Fighter have announced their new ‘Tell Me’ EP, to be released via Stockholm-based label Bay Terrace Records. Ahead of that, they are previewing the title track, which features stunning deadpan vocals from frontwoman Therese Karlsson.

The new EP was recorded and produced by legendary multi-Grammy, Gold & Platinum Award producer Thomas ‘Plec’ Johansson at The Panic Room in Skövde, a quiet country town in southern Sweden. This collaboration allowed them to further refine and push their sound.

On previous releases, they recorded in Los Angeles and Stockholm with Daniel Rejmer (Foals, Ben Frost, Girls Names), extending on the more melodic moments from their previous work with bands such as Fire to the Stars and Mid-State Orange.

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Tiny Fighter offers an enticing mix of indie-rock and berserker chamber pop. Despite the staggering odds against them ever meeting, Therese Karlsson (a truck driver from Kalmar in southern Sweden) and Tim Spelman (a doctor from Melbourne, Australia) met in Stockholm and began collaborating in 2017. Tiny Fighter quickly expanded into a 5-piece with the addition of Tommy Wilen, Marcus Wallberg, and Robin Zimmermann, bringing all the dynamics and volume of their recorded material on to the stage.

“Tell Me is an appeal for clarity – both personally and politically – in a setting where distrust and ambiguity appear increasingly to dominate people’s relationships, both with each other and the broader world in general. It’s about exasperation, about a need for a simple, straight answer – tell me, yes or no,” says Therese Karlsson.

Tiny Fighter has quickly built a strong reputation for their stirring live performances and for their ability to tastefully mix catchy indie-pop with darker themes and arrangements. Sharon Van Etten, Catpower and Agnes Obel number among their influences, as d Gyllene Tider, Mitski, Veruca Salt and Kim Shatturk/The Muffs.

“After starting life as a duo, this is the first recording with a full band, and I think that’s reflected in the stronger, fuller sound compared to our earlier singles,” says Tim Spelman.

Based on the success with their first three singles ‘New Century’, ‘Want Friends’ and ‘Hollow Talk’, Tiny Fighter have grown from an artsy studio project to a full-fledged live band capable of selling out tours and filling larger music venues. Tiny Fighter completed a run of sold-out shows throughout Scandinavia and Europe in the summer of 2018, followed by a North American tour in November 2018.

Tiny Fighter will be returning to North America in May 2019 for a run of the east coast and Midwest dates. They kick things off on May 6 in Toronto for performances during Canadian Music Week.

“The kind of dreamy indie pop that becomes the soundtrack of your life… radiates pure vitality. Karlsson’s sun-kissed vocals call to mind Tracey Thorn (Everything But the Girl) while their overall sound has a ’90s cosmopolitan pop sound”
– The Revue

“Tiny Fighter make one of the most unique tracks we’ve heard”
– NeuFutr

“Dramatic structure… moves from quiet and meditative to powerful and emotionally wrenching. Carries the listener on complex but never overwhelming journeys”
– PopMatters

“Fast-rising indie-pop from Stockholm”
– CelebMix

“Conceptual and epic.. will leave you aching for more glossy ballads from Tiny Fighter… some of the most exciting new talent out of Sweden”
– Hhhhappy Magazine

“Soft and dreamy, yet jubilant and upbeat!”
– Swede & Sour