Ahead of the release of Tiny Little Houses’ upcoming album Misericorde (out on 19 Nov via Ivy League records), the band have shared their latest lo-fi indie offering, I’m Doing Just The Best That I Can. The song provides a totally relatable message for current times and is also a fitting theme for the Melbourne group’s previously postponed tour dates. The great news is that the tour has now been locked in, with new dates now including a Brisbane show at Brightside on October 16.
I’m Doing Just The Best That I Can is essentially about trying to keep it together while life is on hold. The vocals and raw guitar work give the track a suitably stripped-back feel and is a perfect taster of forthcoming LP ‘Misericorde’, set for release on 19 November.
“The song itself is explanatory, I wasn’t exactly deeply depressed when I wrote it but I wasn’t where I wanted to be. This was obviously far before months of forced COVID isolation, postponed shows, and a life caught in a continuous holding pattern. Now it seems this song becomes more relevant for us as each day passes. Life hopefully will go back to normal soon, but for the moment we are doing just the best that we can.” – Caleb Karvountzis
Catch Tiny Little Houses ‘I’m Doing Just The Best That I Can’ Tour 2021:
Wednesday 13 October – Melbourne, Corner Hotel
Saturday 16 October – Brisbane, The Brightside
Wednesday 27 October – Sydney, The Lansdowne
Tiny Little Houses – Misericorde
Out Friday 19 November
through Ivy League Records