Local Seattle video producers Frank TV caught up with Little Scream while they were in town earlier this month. Above you can watch Little Scream perform “The Lamb” amidst the Washington state wilderness lit by just a scant string of lights and flashlights floating around. It’s a simple set up, but one that works to glorious effect. Little Scream has a few more live dates before years end. Catch em in Washington DC, Philly, and New York in the coming weeks. Full info on those dates HERE.
Back in June Little Scream recorded the songs “Cannons” and “Boatman” in a Toronto park for the original La Blogotheque series. Turns out that the bpm in “Boatman” is fast enough to really get your heart rate up! Add it to your workout mix right now!!!
In October, Little Scream will once again take to the North American highways in support of their debut album The Golden Record. Little Scream will be supported on most dates by Partisan recording artist BOBBY. You can check out the full dates on our tour dates page.
You can also watch Little Scream’s recent performance with La Blogotheque HERE. It’s a beautiful serenade as Laurel brings the full band, performing as they stroll through Trinity Bellwoods park in Toronto. And click on the link below to hear the new remix of “The Heron and the Fox” by Philadelphia’s Work Drugs which RCRDLBL says “sparseness is replaced with soft-focus indie pop that tweaks Laurel Sprengelmeyer’s voice into the realm of contemporaries like Nite Jewel.”
Kingston, ON - Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts