"One of the most wonderful things to come out of Nebraska since Kool-aid and that Bright Eyes Dude" NME

"Fiittingly for a gig in an art gallery, tap dancing troupe Tilly And The Wall look like some kind of travelling art installation. Their current allbum, Bottoms Of barrels is this years indisputed indie-pop gem and live they override any of their twee factor by showing themselves off as tattoo-strewn party-heads dressed in leopard-print leotards. Treading the lline between Bright-eyes style emo and sparkly girl-group pop they skip theeir way through irresisitable nuggets "Sings Songs Along" and "Bad Education" NME Radar special Airwaves '06 Review

THE LITTLE ONES, a fantastic new outfit from Los Angeles, every song seems to be a summer smash, great Beach Boys type harmonies with lovely laidback Grandaddy type keys delivered to a Shins like pop perfection. Here comes the new breed. The Little Ones boundless imagination makes music that takes the listener on a magical journey, evident on their debut 7" "Lovers Who Uncover" which is a slice of celebratory, propulsive guitar pop.

KATE NASH "Everyone from Lily Allen to Lethal Bizzle think that Kate is great... We don't blame him, Kate deserves all the gunfinger salutes in the world." DAZED & CONFUSED
 
"The music of this 19 year old is fresh, honest and experimental... her simple reflections capture the essence of teenage London life" VOGUE

"Kate Nash knocks spots of the competition" NME

"Hotly tipped by pal Lily Allen London based poppet Kate Nash is sure to be the next name to drop in the coming months. A blend of shimmery lo-fi soundscapes, lullabic vocals and sparse instrumentation has already marked her as a breed apart from the Myspace flotsam" HOT PRESS

"Getting people excited ... is Lily Allen's mate Kate Nash who is the subject of much interest from labels at the moment." MUSIC WEEK

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THE LITTLE ONES + KATE NASH
Scala
Wednesday 28 February 2007

£9.50
WWW.TILLYANDTHEWALL.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/TILLYANDTHEWALL, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WEARETHELITTLEONES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/KATENASHMUSIC

Midwestern band TILLY AND THE WALL consists of two
dressed-down boys, two glamorous girls and one frenzied hoofer, the
tutu-wearing Julie Williams with pockets full of melodies sprang out of
Nowheresville, USA, with a penchant for classic 60s pop, boy/girl
harmonies and American folk records. They create jagged, elegant songs,
and rejoice in tales of friendship, broken hearts, and youthful dreams
and frustrations. Their sound is distinctive and classic at the same
time. If you’re looking for reference points somewhere between Rilo
Kiley, Belle And Sebastian and Bright Eyes would be a good place to
start. And the songs are as catchy as anything. Perfectly humable after
one listen. And likely to induce involuntary toe tapping. Talking of
which – percussion on most tracks is provided by Julie’s nimble-toed
tap-dances! She’s also been known to bang old leather suitcases with
drumsticks…  

“An optimistic celebration of self-destruction, unspoken longing
and adolescent rebellion, it combines the whimsical spirit of the
Polyphonic Spree with the melancholy of Kirsty MacColl.” The Guardian

“One of the most wonderful things to come out of Nebraska since Kool-aid and that Bright Eyes Dude” NME

“Fiittingly for a gig in an art gallery, tap dancing troupe Tilly
And The Wall look like some kind of travelling art installation. Their
current allbum, Bottoms Of barrels is this years indisputed indie-pop
gem and live they override any of their twee factor by showing
themselves off as tattoo-strewn party-heads dressed in leopard-print
leotards. Treading the lline between Bright-eyes style emo and sparkly
girl-group pop they skip theeir way through irresisitable nuggets
“Sings Songs Along” and “Bad Education” NME Radar special Airwaves ’06 Review

THE LITTLE ONES, a fantastic new outfit from Los
Angeles, every song seems to be a summer smash, great Beach Boys type
harmonies with lovely laidback Grandaddy type keys delivered to a Shins
like pop perfection. Here comes the new breed. The Little Ones
boundless imagination makes music that takes the listener on a magical
journey, evident on their debut 7″ “Lovers Who Uncover” which is a
slice of celebratory, propulsive guitar pop.

KATE NASH “Everyone from Lily Allen to Lethal
Bizzle think that Kate is great… We don’t blame him, Kate deserves
all the gunfinger salutes in the world.” DAZED & CONFUSED
 
“The music of this 19 year old is fresh, honest and experimental…
her simple reflections capture the essence of teenage London life” VOGUE

“Kate Nash knocks spots of the competition” NME

“Hotly tipped by pal Lily Allen London based poppet Kate Nash is
sure to be the next name to drop in the coming months. A blend of
shimmery lo-fi soundscapes, lullabic vocals and sparse instrumentation
has already marked her as a breed apart from the Myspace flotsam” HOT PRESS

“Getting people excited … is Lily Allen’s mate Kate Nash who is the subject of much interest from labels at the moment.” MUSIC WEEK



TILLY AND THE WALL

TILLY AND THE WALL

THE LITTLE ONES + KATE NASH
Scala
Wednesday 28 February 2007

£9.50
WWW.TILLYANDTHEWALL.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/TILLYANDTHEWALL, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WEARETHELITTLEONES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/KATENASHMUSIC

Midwestern band TILLY AND THE WALL consists of two
dressed-down boys, two glamorous girls and one frenzied hoofer, the
tutu-wearing Julie Williams with pockets full of melodies sprang out of
Nowheresville, USA, with a penchant for classic 60s pop, boy/girl
harmonies and American folk records. They create jagged, elegant songs,
and rejoice in tales of friendship, broken hearts, and youthful dreams
and frustrations. Their sound is distinctive and classic at the same
time. If you’re looking for reference points somewhere between Rilo
Kiley, Belle And Sebastian and Bright Eyes would be a good place to
start. And the songs are as catchy as anything. Perfectly humable after
one listen. And likely to induce involuntary toe tapping. Talking of
which – percussion on most tracks is provided by Julie’s nimble-toed
tap-dances! She’s also been known to bang old leather suitcases with
drumsticks…  

“An optimistic celebration of self-destruction, unspoken longing
and adolescent rebellion, it combines the whimsical spirit of the
Polyphonic Spree with the melancholy of Kirsty MacColl.” The Guardian

“One of the most wonderful things to come out of Nebraska since Kool-aid and that Bright Eyes Dude” NME

“Fiittingly for a gig in an art gallery, tap dancing troupe Tilly
And The Wall look like some kind of travelling art installation. Their
current allbum, Bottoms Of barrels is this years indisputed indie-pop
gem and live they override any of their twee factor by showing
themselves off as tattoo-strewn party-heads dressed in leopard-print
leotards. Treading the lline between Bright-eyes style emo and sparkly
girl-group pop they skip theeir way through irresisitable nuggets
“Sings Songs Along” and “Bad Education” NME Radar special Airwaves ’06 Review

THE LITTLE ONES, a fantastic new outfit from Los
Angeles, every song seems to be a summer smash, great Beach Boys type
harmonies with lovely laidback Grandaddy type keys delivered to a Shins
like pop perfection. Here comes the new breed. The Little Ones
boundless imagination makes music that takes the listener on a magical
journey, evident on their debut 7″ “Lovers Who Uncover” which is a
slice of celebratory, propulsive guitar pop.

KATE NASH “Everyone from Lily Allen to Lethal
Bizzle think that Kate is great… We don’t blame him, Kate deserves
all the gunfinger salutes in the world.” DAZED & CONFUSED
 
“The music of this 19 year old is fresh, honest and experimental…
her simple reflections capture the essence of teenage London life” VOGUE

“Kate Nash knocks spots of the competition” NME

“Hotly tipped by pal Lily Allen London based poppet Kate Nash is
sure to be the next name to drop in the coming months. A blend of
shimmery lo-fi soundscapes, lullabic vocals and sparse instrumentation
has already marked her as a breed apart from the Myspace flotsam” HOT PRESS

“Getting people excited … is Lily Allen’s mate Kate Nash who is the subject of much interest from labels at the moment.” MUSIC WEEK



TILLY AND THE WALL

TILLY AND THE WALL

THE LITTLE ONES + KATE NASH
Scala
Wednesday 28 February 2007

£9.50
WWW.TILLYANDTHEWALL.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/TILLYANDTHEWALL, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WEARETHELITTLEONES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/KATENASHMUSIC

Midwestern band TILLY AND THE WALL consists of two
dressed-down boys, two glamorous girls and one frenzied hoofer, the
tutu-wearing Julie Williams with pockets full of melodies sprang out of
Nowheresville, USA, with a penchant for classic 60s pop, boy/girl
harmonies and American folk records. They create jagged, elegant songs,
and rejoice in tales of friendship, broken hearts, and youthful dreams
and frustrations. Their sound is distinctive and classic at the same
time. If you’re looking for reference points somewhere between Rilo
Kiley, Belle And Sebastian and Bright Eyes would be a good place to
start. And the songs are as catchy as anything. Perfectly humable after
one listen. And likely to induce involuntary toe tapping. Talking of
which – percussion on most tracks is provided by Julie’s nimble-toed
tap-dances! She’s also been known to bang old leather suitcases with
drumsticks…  

“An optimistic celebration of self-destruction, unspoken longing
and adolescent rebellion, it combines the whimsical spirit of the
Polyphonic Spree with the melancholy of Kirsty MacColl.” The Guardian

“One of the most wonderful things to come out of Nebraska since Kool-aid and that Bright Eyes Dude” NME

“Fiittingly for a gig in an art gallery, tap dancing troupe Tilly
And The Wall look like some kind of travelling art installation. Their
current allbum, Bottoms Of barrels is this years indisputed indie-pop
gem and live they override any of their twee factor by showing
themselves off as tattoo-strewn party-heads dressed in leopard-print
leotards. Treading the lline between Bright-eyes style emo and sparkly
girl-group pop they skip theeir way through irresisitable nuggets
“Sings Songs Along” and “Bad Education” NME Radar special Airwaves ’06 Review

THE LITTLE ONES, a fantastic new outfit from Los
Angeles, every song seems to be a summer smash, great Beach Boys type
harmonies with lovely laidback Grandaddy type keys delivered to a Shins
like pop perfection. Here comes the new breed. The Little Ones
boundless imagination makes music that takes the listener on a magical
journey, evident on their debut 7″ “Lovers Who Uncover” which is a
slice of celebratory, propulsive guitar pop.

KATE NASH “Everyone from Lily Allen to Lethal
Bizzle think that Kate is great… We don’t blame him, Kate deserves
all the gunfinger salutes in the world.” DAZED & CONFUSED
 
“The music of this 19 year old is fresh, honest and experimental…
her simple reflections capture the essence of teenage London life” VOGUE

“Kate Nash knocks spots of the competition” NME

“Hotly tipped by pal Lily Allen London based poppet Kate Nash is
sure to be the next name to drop in the coming months. A blend of
shimmery lo-fi soundscapes, lullabic vocals and sparse instrumentation
has already marked her as a breed apart from the Myspace flotsam” HOT PRESS

“Getting people excited … is Lily Allen’s mate Kate Nash who is the subject of much interest from labels at the moment.” MUSIC WEEK



TILLY AND THE WALL

TILLY AND THE WALL

THE LITTLE ONES + KATE NASH
Scala
Wednesday 28 February 2007

£9.50
WWW.TILLYANDTHEWALL.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/TILLYANDTHEWALL, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WEARETHELITTLEONES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/KATENASHMUSIC

Midwestern band TILLY AND THE WALL consists of two
dressed-down boys, two glamorous girls and one frenzied hoofer, the
tutu-wearing Julie Williams with pockets full of melodies sprang out of
Nowheresville, USA, with a penchant for classic 60s pop, boy/girl
harmonies and American folk records. They create jagged, elegant songs,
and rejoice in tales of friendship, broken hearts, and youthful dreams
and frustrations. Their sound is distinctive and classic at the same
time. If you’re looking for reference points somewhere between Rilo
Kiley, Belle And Sebastian and Bright Eyes would be a good place to
start. And the songs are as catchy as anything. Perfectly humable after
one listen. And likely to induce involuntary toe tapping. Talking of
which – percussion on most tracks is provided by Julie’s nimble-toed
tap-dances! She’s also been known to bang old leather suitcases with
drumsticks…  

“An optimistic celebration of self-destruction, unspoken longing
and adolescent rebellion, it combines the whimsical spirit of the
Polyphonic Spree with the melancholy of Kirsty MacColl.” The Guardian

“One of the most wonderful things to come out of Nebraska since Kool-aid and that Bright Eyes Dude” NME

“Fiittingly for a gig in an art gallery, tap dancing troupe Tilly
And The Wall look like some kind of travelling art installation. Their
current allbum, Bottoms Of barrels is this years indisputed indie-pop
gem and live they override any of their twee factor by showing
themselves off as tattoo-strewn party-heads dressed in leopard-print
leotards. Treading the lline between Bright-eyes style emo and sparkly
girl-group pop they skip theeir way through irresisitable nuggets
“Sings Songs Along” and “Bad Education” NME Radar special Airwaves ’06 Review

THE LITTLE ONES, a fantastic new outfit from Los
Angeles, every song seems to be a summer smash, great Beach Boys type
harmonies with lovely laidback Grandaddy type keys delivered to a Shins
like pop perfection. Here comes the new breed. The Little Ones
boundless imagination makes music that takes the listener on a magical
journey, evident on their debut 7″ “Lovers Who Uncover” which is a
slice of celebratory, propulsive guitar pop.

KATE NASH “Everyone from Lily Allen to Lethal
Bizzle think that Kate is great… We don’t blame him, Kate deserves
all the gunfinger salutes in the world.” DAZED & CONFUSED
 
“The music of this 19 year old is fresh, honest and experimental…
her simple reflections capture the essence of teenage London life” VOGUE

“Kate Nash knocks spots of the competition” NME

“Hotly tipped by pal Lily Allen London based poppet Kate Nash is
sure to be the next name to drop in the coming months. A blend of
shimmery lo-fi soundscapes, lullabic vocals and sparse instrumentation
has already marked her as a breed apart from the Myspace flotsam” HOT PRESS

“Getting people excited … is Lily Allen’s mate Kate Nash who is the subject of much interest from labels at the moment.” MUSIC WEEK



TILLY AND THE WALL

TILLY AND THE WALL

THE LITTLE ONES + KATE NASH
Scala
Wednesday 28 February 2007

£9.50
WWW.TILLYANDTHEWALL.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/TILLYANDTHEWALL, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WEARETHELITTLEONES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/KATENASHMUSIC

Midwestern band TILLY AND THE WALL consists of two
dressed-down boys, two glamorous girls and one frenzied hoofer, the
tutu-wearing Julie Williams with pockets full of melodies sprang out of
Nowheresville, USA, with a penchant for classic 60s pop, boy/girl
harmonies and American folk records. They create jagged, elegant songs,
and rejoice in tales of friendship, broken hearts, and youthful dreams
and frustrations. Their sound is distinctive and classic at the same
time. If you’re looking for reference points somewhere between Rilo
Kiley, Belle And Sebastian and Bright Eyes would be a good place to
start. And the songs are as catchy as anything. Perfectly humable after
one listen. And likely to induce involuntary toe tapping. Talking of
which – percussion on most tracks is provided by Julie’s nimble-toed
tap-dances! She’s also been known to bang old leather suitcases with
drumsticks…  

“An optimistic celebration of self-destruction, unspoken longing
and adolescent rebellion, it combines the whimsical spirit of the
Polyphonic Spree with the melancholy of Kirsty MacColl.” The Guardian

“One of the most wonderful things to come out of Nebraska since Kool-aid and that Bright Eyes Dude” NME

“Fiittingly for a gig in an art gallery, tap dancing troupe Tilly
And The Wall look like some kind of travelling art installation. Their
current allbum, Bottoms Of barrels is this years indisputed indie-pop
gem and live they override any of their twee factor by showing
themselves off as tattoo-strewn party-heads dressed in leopard-print
leotards. Treading the lline between Bright-eyes style emo and sparkly
girl-group pop they skip theeir way through irresisitable nuggets
“Sings Songs Along” and “Bad Education” NME Radar special Airwaves ’06 Review

THE LITTLE ONES, a fantastic new outfit from Los
Angeles, every song seems to be a summer smash, great Beach Boys type
harmonies with lovely laidback Grandaddy type keys delivered to a Shins
like pop perfection. Here comes the new breed. The Little Ones
boundless imagination makes music that takes the listener on a magical
journey, evident on their debut 7″ “Lovers Who Uncover” which is a
slice of celebratory, propulsive guitar pop.

KATE NASH “Everyone from Lily Allen to Lethal
Bizzle think that Kate is great… We don’t blame him, Kate deserves
all the gunfinger salutes in the world.” DAZED & CONFUSED
 
“The music of this 19 year old is fresh, honest and experimental…
her simple reflections capture the essence of teenage London life” VOGUE

“Kate Nash knocks spots of the competition” NME

“Hotly tipped by pal Lily Allen London based poppet Kate Nash is
sure to be the next name to drop in the coming months. A blend of
shimmery lo-fi soundscapes, lullabic vocals and sparse instrumentation
has already marked her as a breed apart from the Myspace flotsam” HOT PRESS

“Getting people excited … is Lily Allen’s mate Kate Nash who is the subject of much interest from labels at the moment.” MUSIC WEEK



TILLY AND THE WALL

TILLY AND THE WALL

THE LITTLE ONES + KATE NASH
Scala
Wednesday 28 February 2007

£9.50
WWW.TILLYANDTHEWALL.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/TILLYANDTHEWALL, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WEARETHELITTLEONES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/KATENASHMUSIC

Midwestern band TILLY AND THE WALL consists of two
dressed-down boys, two glamorous girls and one frenzied hoofer, the
tutu-wearing Julie Williams with pockets full of melodies sprang out of
Nowheresville, USA, with a penchant for classic 60s pop, boy/girl
harmonies and American folk records. They create jagged, elegant songs,
and rejoice in tales of friendship, broken hearts, and youthful dreams
and frustrations. Their sound is distinctive and classic at the same
time. If you’re looking for reference points somewhere between Rilo
Kiley, Belle And Sebastian and Bright Eyes would be a good place to
start. And the songs are as catchy as anything. Perfectly humable after
one listen. And likely to induce involuntary toe tapping. Talking of
which – percussion on most tracks is provided by Julie’s nimble-toed
tap-dances! She’s also been known to bang old leather suitcases with
drumsticks…  

“An optimistic celebration of self-destruction, unspoken longing
and adolescent rebellion, it combines the whimsical spirit of the
Polyphonic Spree with the melancholy of Kirsty MacColl.” The Guardian

“One of the most wonderful things to come out of Nebraska since Kool-aid and that Bright Eyes Dude” NME

“Fiittingly for a gig in an art gallery, tap dancing troupe Tilly
And The Wall look like some kind of travelling art installation. Their
current allbum, Bottoms Of barrels is this years indisputed indie-pop
gem and live they override any of their twee factor by showing
themselves off as tattoo-strewn party-heads dressed in leopard-print
leotards. Treading the lline between Bright-eyes style emo and sparkly
girl-group pop they skip theeir way through irresisitable nuggets
“Sings Songs Along” and “Bad Education” NME Radar special Airwaves ’06 Review

THE LITTLE ONES, a fantastic new outfit from Los
Angeles, every song seems to be a summer smash, great Beach Boys type
harmonies with lovely laidback Grandaddy type keys delivered to a Shins
like pop perfection. Here comes the new breed. The Little Ones
boundless imagination makes music that takes the listener on a magical
journey, evident on their debut 7″ “Lovers Who Uncover” which is a
slice of celebratory, propulsive guitar pop.

KATE NASH “Everyone from Lily Allen to Lethal
Bizzle think that Kate is great… We don’t blame him, Kate deserves
all the gunfinger salutes in the world.” DAZED & CONFUSED
 
“The music of this 19 year old is fresh, honest and experimental…
her simple reflections capture the essence of teenage London life” VOGUE

“Kate Nash knocks spots of the competition” NME

“Hotly tipped by pal Lily Allen London based poppet Kate Nash is
sure to be the next name to drop in the coming months. A blend of
shimmery lo-fi soundscapes, lullabic vocals and sparse instrumentation
has already marked her as a breed apart from the Myspace flotsam” HOT PRESS

“Getting people excited … is Lily Allen’s mate Kate Nash who is the subject of much interest from labels at the moment.” MUSIC WEEK



TILLY AND THE WALL

TILLY AND THE WALL

THE LITTLE ONES + KATE NASH
Scala
Wednesday 28 February 2007

£9.50
WWW.TILLYANDTHEWALL.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/TILLYANDTHEWALL, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WEARETHELITTLEONES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/KATENASHMUSIC

Midwestern band TILLY AND THE WALL consists of two
dressed-down boys, two glamorous girls and one frenzied hoofer, the
tutu-wearing Julie Williams with pockets full of melodies sprang out of
Nowheresville, USA, with a penchant for classic 60s pop, boy/girl
harmonies and American folk records. They create jagged, elegant songs,
and rejoice in tales of friendship, broken hearts, and youthful dreams
and frustrations. Their sound is distinctive and classic at the same
time. If you’re looking for reference points somewhere between Rilo
Kiley, Belle And Sebastian and Bright Eyes would be a good place to
start. And the songs are as catchy as anything. Perfectly humable after
one listen. And likely to induce involuntary toe tapping. Talking of
which – percussion on most tracks is provided by Julie’s nimble-toed
tap-dances! She’s also been known to bang old leather suitcases with
drumsticks…  

“An optimistic celebration of self-destruction, unspoken longing
and adolescent rebellion, it combines the whimsical spirit of the
Polyphonic Spree with the melancholy of Kirsty MacColl.” The Guardian

“One of the most wonderful things to come out of Nebraska since Kool-aid and that Bright Eyes Dude” NME

“Fiittingly for a gig in an art gallery, tap dancing troupe Tilly
And The Wall look like some kind of travelling art installation. Their
current allbum, Bottoms Of barrels is this years indisputed indie-pop
gem and live they override any of their twee factor by showing
themselves off as tattoo-strewn party-heads dressed in leopard-print
leotards. Treading the lline between Bright-eyes style emo and sparkly
girl-group pop they skip theeir way through irresisitable nuggets
“Sings Songs Along” and “Bad Education” NME Radar special Airwaves ’06 Review

THE LITTLE ONES, a fantastic new outfit from Los
Angeles, every song seems to be a summer smash, great Beach Boys type
harmonies with lovely laidback Grandaddy type keys delivered to a Shins
like pop perfection. Here comes the new breed. The Little Ones
boundless imagination makes music that takes the listener on a magical
journey, evident on their debut 7″ “Lovers Who Uncover” which is a
slice of celebratory, propulsive guitar pop.

KATE NASH “Everyone from Lily Allen to Lethal
Bizzle think that Kate is great… We don’t blame him, Kate deserves
all the gunfinger salutes in the world.” DAZED & CONFUSED
 
“The music of this 19 year old is fresh, honest and experimental…
her simple reflections capture the essence of teenage London life” VOGUE

“Kate Nash knocks spots of the competition” NME

“Hotly tipped by pal Lily Allen London based poppet Kate Nash is
sure to be the next name to drop in the coming months. A blend of
shimmery lo-fi soundscapes, lullabic vocals and sparse instrumentation
has already marked her as a breed apart from the Myspace flotsam” HOT PRESS

“Getting people excited … is Lily Allen’s mate Kate Nash who is the subject of much interest from labels at the moment.” MUSIC WEEK



TILLY AND THE WALL

TILLY AND THE WALL

THE LITTLE ONES + KATE NASH
Scala
Wednesday 28 February 2007

£9.50
WWW.TILLYANDTHEWALL.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/TILLYANDTHEWALL, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WEARETHELITTLEONES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/KATENASHMUSIC

Midwestern band TILLY AND THE WALL consists of two
dressed-down boys, two glamorous girls and one frenzied hoofer, the
tutu-wearing Julie Williams with pockets full of melodies sprang out of
Nowheresville, USA, with a penchant for classic 60s pop, boy/girl
harmonies and American folk records. They create jagged, elegant songs,
and rejoice in tales of friendship, broken hearts, and youthful dreams
and frustrations. Their sound is distinctive and classic at the same
time. If you’re looking for reference points somewhere between Rilo
Kiley, Belle And Sebastian and Bright Eyes would be a good place to
start. And the songs are as catchy as anything. Perfectly humable after
one listen. And likely to induce involuntary toe tapping. Talking of
which – percussion on most tracks is provided by Julie’s nimble-toed
tap-dances! She’s also been known to bang old leather suitcases with
drumsticks…  

“An optimistic celebration of self-destruction, unspoken longing
and adolescent rebellion, it combines the whimsical spirit of the
Polyphonic Spree with the melancholy of Kirsty MacColl.” The Guardian

“One of the most wonderful things to come out of Nebraska since Kool-aid and that Bright Eyes Dude” NME

“Fiittingly for a gig in an art gallery, tap dancing troupe Tilly
And The Wall look like some kind of travelling art installation. Their
current allbum, Bottoms Of barrels is this years indisputed indie-pop
gem and live they override any of their twee factor by showing
themselves off as tattoo-strewn party-heads dressed in leopard-print
leotards. Treading the lline between Bright-eyes style emo and sparkly
girl-group pop they skip theeir way through irresisitable nuggets
“Sings Songs Along” and “Bad Education” NME Radar special Airwaves ’06 Review

THE LITTLE ONES, a fantastic new outfit from Los
Angeles, every song seems to be a summer smash, great Beach Boys type
harmonies with lovely laidback Grandaddy type keys delivered to a Shins
like pop perfection. Here comes the new breed. The Little Ones
boundless imagination makes music that takes the listener on a magical
journey, evident on their debut 7″ “Lovers Who Uncover” which is a
slice of celebratory, propulsive guitar pop.

KATE NASH “Everyone from Lily Allen to Lethal
Bizzle think that Kate is great… We don’t blame him, Kate deserves
all the gunfinger salutes in the world.” DAZED & CONFUSED
 
“The music of this 19 year old is fresh, honest and experimental…
her simple reflections capture the essence of teenage London life” VOGUE

“Kate Nash knocks spots of the competition” NME

“Hotly tipped by pal Lily Allen London based poppet Kate Nash is
sure to be the next name to drop in the coming months. A blend of
shimmery lo-fi soundscapes, lullabic vocals and sparse instrumentation
has already marked her as a breed apart from the Myspace flotsam” HOT PRESS

“Getting people excited … is Lily Allen’s mate Kate Nash who is the subject of much interest from labels at the moment.” MUSIC WEEK



TILLY AND THE WALL

TILLY AND THE WALL

THE LITTLE ONES + KATE NASH
Scala
Wednesday 28 February 2007

£9.50
WWW.TILLYANDTHEWALL.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/TILLYANDTHEWALL, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WEARETHELITTLEONES, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/KATENASHMUSIC

Midwestern band TILLY AND THE WALL consists of two
dressed-down boys, two glamorous girls and one frenzied hoofer, the
tutu-wearing Julie Williams with pockets full of melodies sprang out of
Nowheresville, USA, with a penchant for classic 60s pop, boy/girl
harmonies and American folk records. They create jagged, elegant songs,
and rejoice in tales of friendship, broken hearts, and youthful dreams
and frustrations. Their sound is distinctive and classic at the same
time. If you’re looking for reference points somewhere between Rilo
Kiley, Belle And Sebastian and Bright Eyes would be a good place to
start. And the songs are as catchy as anything. Perfectly humable after
one listen. And likely to induce involuntary toe tapping. Talking of
which – percussion on most tracks is provided by Julie’s nimble-toed
tap-dances! She’s also been known to bang old leather suitcases with
drumsticks…  

“An optimistic celebration of self-destruction, unspoken longing
and adolescent rebellion, it combines the whimsical spirit of the
Polyphonic Spree with the melancholy of Kirsty MacColl.” The Guardian

“One of the most wonderful things to come out of Nebraska since Kool-aid and that Bright Eyes Dude” NME

“Fiittingly for a gig in an art gallery, tap dancing troupe Tilly
And The Wall look like some kind of travelling art installation. Their
current allbum, Bottoms Of barrels is this years indisputed indie-pop
gem and live they override any of their twee factor by showing
themselves off as tattoo-strewn party-heads dressed in leopard-print
leotards. Treading the lline between Bright-eyes style emo and sparkly
girl-group pop they skip theeir way through irresisitable nuggets
“Sings Songs Along” and “Bad Education” NME Radar special Airwaves ’06 Review

THE LITTLE ONES, a fantastic new outfit from Los
Angeles, every song seems to be a summer smash, great Beach Boys type
harmonies with lovely laidback Grandaddy type keys delivered to a Shins
like pop perfection. Here comes the new breed. The Little Ones
boundless imagination makes music that takes the listener on a magical
journey, evident on their debut 7″ “Lovers Who Uncover” which is a
slice of celebratory, propulsive guitar pop.

KATE NASH “Everyone from Lily Allen to Lethal
Bizzle think that Kate is great… We don’t blame him, Kate deserves
all the gunfinger salutes in the world.” DAZED & CONFUSED
 
“The music of this 19 year old is fresh, honest and experimental…
her simple reflections capture the essence of teenage London life” VOGUE

“Kate Nash knocks spots of the competition” NME

“Hotly tipped by pal Lily Allen London based poppet Kate Nash is
sure to be the next name to drop in the coming months. A blend of
shimmery lo-fi soundscapes, lullabic vocals and sparse instrumentation
has already marked her as a breed apart from the Myspace flotsam” HOT PRESS

“Getting people excited … is Lily Allen’s mate Kate Nash who is the subject of much interest from labels at the moment.” MUSIC WEEK







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