Tiny Fingers have a vast sound, one informed by post-rock giants such as Mogwai, or Explosions In The Sky.
Allied to this, though, is a sharp melodic sense, an accessibility which has allowed the group to take their music across the globe.
Recently completing a lengthy tour of Asia, Tiny Fingers are ready to unveil new track 'Music For The Sun'. Grandiose yet immediately engrossing, the track has an oddly psychedelic feel alongside its post-rock brutality.
A real group performance, the ensemble piece finds Tiny Fingers flexing their muscles. The group's Ben David introduces the track:
"'Music For The Sun', the last track in the album is very special for us. It was written during a long time and kind of summaries the change and process that we had during this whole period. The track had many different fazes and it took a lot of time for us to fully understand how it is going to sound, and what it is about. Then, there was this moment in the studio, when the track was almost done, friends came to visit us and we sat together to listen to the track. And even though we worked repeatedly on it, there was this strong feeling of listening for something for the first time, something new."
"It was like diving into the depths of consciousness and see yourself from a different perspective. And we did this journey together. This album was written, in many ways, on unconscious land and with creation methods that was not completely clear to us. We discovered ourselves during the work on this album. It seemed as the track and the album really revealed itself during the process we've been through."
Nailing their live menace, you can tune in below: