Heralding from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, alternative/indie-rock group Tiny Hueman combines the best of indie, emo and alternative, basing their music on a unique blend of all three to display their intricate and expressive brand of musicianship.
By the time Tiny Hueman released their debut EP, Shallow, they had already secured an impressive and dedicated local following across Philadelphia. The EP was produced by Kyle Pulley at The Headroom Studios (Hop Along, Kississippi, The Districts) and mastered by Ryan Schwabe (Hop Along, The Districts, Modern Baseball).
However, the great success for Tiny Hueman came in part to the success of their follow-up EP, Drift. It is with this EP that the band secured more national media attention, garnering some attention from iHeart Radio and Idobi. Through all of this, the track’s lead single currently sits on Spotify with over 95,000 plays.
Complementing their tidy tunes, Tiny Hueman has relentlessly played shows across the East Coast as well as taking the stage alongside some of the city’s finest, at the first annual Philly Music Fest at World Café Live, displaying their emotive and captivating songwriting to a grateful and quickly growing fan base.
Now, with 2018 drawing to a close, we have partnered up with Tiny Hueman to debut their brand new song, “Supercell.” The song is catchy and emotionally-driving in equal measure, serving as introduction to new fans — and a reminder of current fans — that they are one of the more promising up-and-coming indie bands.
We haven’t released new material since 2017. We’ve spent the last year playing dozens of shows in cities like Philly, NYC, and Boston, and have really developed our sound and grown as a group. This is our first time tracking a song completely on our own, and we’re really proud of what we’ve accomplished together. ‘Supercell’ is a great representation of where Tiny Hueman is currently at, and we’re excited to finally get it out to the world. We’re feeling re-energized and refreshed, and plan on taking on 2019 with everything we’ve got,” explains the band.