Tiny Habits Release Debut Album All For Something

Out today via Mom+Pop

“Beautifully evokes the painful process of exiting a relationship no longer working out; think boygenius crossed with Soccer Mommy” – Telegraph

“It’s so beautiful you have to be feeling strong to listen to it.” – Sunday Times


Fast-rising harmony trio Tiny Habits release their highly anticipated debut album, All For Something, via Mom+Pop today along with their latest single “People Always Change”.

Listen to All For Something HERE.


Recorded at legendary studio SoundCity in Los Angeles and produced by Tony Berg and Will Maclellan (Boygenius, Phoebe Bridgers), the record was written over two years while the band; Judah Mayowa, Maya Rae, and Cinya Khan attended Berklee College of Music. All For Something is a love letter to the bond and friendship built by the three band mates who began their career by honing their skill together singing reimagined versions of classic songs and building a viral following in the stairwells and halls of their dorm.


“Making this album has really taught me so much about each of you and myself” reflects Judah.


The album radiates with the band’s trademark angelic harmonies and a richly-layered musical backdrop that ranges from introspective 70s-esque folk to modern-day indie-pop. Lyrically it is a deeply personal and moving journey ranging through challenging themes of relationship dynamics and individual identity. There’s an underlying sense of vulnerability and honesty that weaves the music together.


Tiny Habits were still students in Boston when they began gaining recognition for the harmony-focused song covers recorded in their dorm stairwell and posted to millions of listeners on TikTok. They released their first EP of original songs, Tiny Things, in April 2023 and soon earned a spot opening for Gracie Abrams on her North American tour. Later that year they hit the road again supporting Noah Kahan in Europe. They have performed with Lizzy McAlpine on her Tiny Desk appearance, harmonized with Kacey Musgraves and Laufey among many others, were recently profiled in The New Yorker which touted them “The Prodigies of Harmonies,” and count fans from the late great David Crosby and Phoebe Bridgers to Elton John, who called them “delicious.”


The band are currently on the European leg of their first ever headlining tour after selling out their biggest rooms yet in the US this Spring, and will play Lollapalooza this Summer before opening for Vance Joy at venues including Radio City and The Hollywood Bowl in the Fall.


Tiny Habits play the following UK shows:

May 2024

Fri 24th​​DUBLIN, Opium Rooms

Sun 26th​​GLASGOW, St. Luke’s

Tue 28th​​BIRMINGHAM, Institute 2

Wed 29th​​BRISTOL, Thekla

Thu 30th​​LONDON, Koko

Tiny Habits on the web:

TikTok: @TinyHabitsOfficial

Instagram: @TinyHabitsOfficial

X: @TinyHabs