Little Barrie have been growing up in the shadows for 15 years now. Slowly honing their sound and crafting their art. Avoiding hype and surviving fashion and its whimsical dalliances. It’s what great bands do. Little Barrie are on their own journey and pursue their own musical agenda.
Their latest offering “Shadow”, is an expansive, swaggering, musical masterpiece blending all their previous influences with a darker, more cinematic edge to the production. Anyone who has witnessed the band’s live performances over the past few years will testify to just how tight, accomplished and telepathic each element of the band has become.
Over a 15 year career, it’s safe to say the band have not gone unnoticed, having toured extensively around the world, including personal invitations to support artists such as The Stone Roses, Charles Bradley, Dinosaur Jnr, Kasabian and Primal Scream.
It’s safe to say Little Barrie have their admirers. On first hearing the band, Edwyn Collins offered to produce their first album, despite them not having a record deal at the time. Collins remains one of the bands biggest advocates and has since gone on to produce 3 of the bands 4 albums.
In 2014 the band were personally invited by to write the main theme for AMC’s ‘Better Call Saul’, the premiere of which drew 4.4 million viewers, becoming the biggest cable premier in history.
Little Barrie is a band that has people talking, don’t miss out.