Review – Little You, Little Me

By: Katt Keuleman

Album: I’d Watch The Day Til It Died
Release Date: December 4, 2015
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Genre: Rock n’ Roll/Garage Rock/Country Rock

New Brunswick four-piece rock n’ rollers Little You, Little Me are releasing their sophomore album “I’d Watch the Day Til it Died” today.  I never know what to expect when a band has so many different genres attached to their sound. In addition to the garage rock/country rock/straight up rock n’ roll, I also saw the group labeled as post punk and angular rock. However, as a huge proponent of rock music, I was very happy to see that they describe themselves on their Bandcamp as a group who “utilizes loud guitars to express their dissatisfaction with the lack of rock and roll in the diet of youths”. So I can get aboard whatever kind of rock they want to be.

I am definitely digging this sound that is coming out of good ol’ No Funswick (no disrespect guys!) these days. The new album is full of energy in a non-apologetic manner. I am curious as to who Little You, Little Me would say their main influences are. Throughout the album, I could hear sounds to the likes of the Sex Pistols, The Animals and even fellow east coaster Matt Mays.

“I’d Watch the Day Til it Died” is full of great hits, with its single being “Racket In My Brain”, a catchy and upbeat punkish tune. From the album I can tell that Little You, Little Me could put on a great live performance. The band recently released some tour dates, so if you are lucky enough to find yourself on the East Coast this month, you can see catch Little You, Little Me in the flesh.

Upcoming Tour Dates:
December 4 – Saint John, NB @ Pepper’s Pub
December 5 – Fredericton, NB @ The Capital Complex
December 11 – Halifax, NS @ Gus’ Pub
December 12 – Sackville, NB @ Thunder & Lightning

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