Tiny Victories Release Debut EP Those Of Us Still Alive

Host John Schaefer recently picked Tiny Victories as the band to watch in 2012 in a recent NPR feature, calling the EP “full of smart, catchy electro-pop hooks with subversive production details to keep listeners guessing.” Recently, NPR’s All Songs Considered featured the band, premiering “Mr. Bones,” the first track on the EP.

Previously having shared bills with Hooray for Earth, The Hood Internet, Bear Hands, and Braids, Tiny Victories will also be heading out on a spring tour, including appearances at South By Southwest festival in Austin, TX. Tour dates are listed below.

Comprised of Cason Kelly and Greg Walters, the duo formed Tiny Victories in 2010. Prior to their transplant to Brooklyn, Cason spent his early 20s doing social work with inner city kids, while Greg spent six years as a foreign correspondent, covering a war (Russia-Georgia) and two revolutions (Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan).

Tiny Victories Tour Dates:

3/1 – Philadelphia, PA – Kung Fu Necktie

3/2 – Washington DC – The Paperhaus

3/3 – Richmond, VA – Balliceaux

3/5 – Charlottesville, VA – Tea Bazaar

3/6 – Greensboro, SC – Karate Dungeon

3/7 – Chapel Hill, NC – The Pinhook

3/8 – Knoxville, TN – Pilot Light

3/9 – Savannah, GA – Savannah Stopover

3/10 – Atlanta, GA – Big House

3/11 – New Orleans, LA – Foburg Fest

3/13-18 – Austin, TX – SXSW

3/20 – Nashville, TN – The Basement

3/21 – Bloomington, IN – Bear’s Place

3/22 – Chicago, IL – TBA

3/23 – Oberlin, OH – TBA

3/24 – Pittsburgh, PA – Beach House

3/25 – Baltimore, MD – TBA

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