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Boomkat Product Review:
From the cover of this 30-minute EP you’d be excused for thinking you were in for an ear-poppingly sugary twee-core indie experience, and you wouldn’t be too far from the truth. However what’s nice to know about The Little Ones is that they’re darn good at what they do, and that, I hate to say, is probably because they’re American. And not just American either, they’re from California; that gorgeously sickly land of sun, sin, sea and people-for-pay. It’s easy then to understand why The Little Ones are so desperate to come up with a record chock-full of lovely 3-minute odes to the ‘nicer’ things in life, eschewing the cynicism we might associate with their homeland. This is feel-good music much in the same way as fellow Californians the Beach Boys, but there’s also a sly leaning towards the outré-pop of Grandaddy or even Pitchfork faves Clap You Hands Say Yeah. However, rather than fitting neatly into the current indie-hype-myspace-whatever scene, this band of little people would rather make 60s flecked retro-pop dripping with Hammond organ, Mellotron and simply fabulous vocal harmonies. Really, I’m playing this very loud right now and I’m almost believing that it’s summer and all might be right in the world again. There’s a deep need for music like this, and when it comes along you’ve got to embrace it with arms outstretched! A big, smiley pink recommendation… with a cherry on top.