Tiny Habits Release Duel Single ‘Flicker’ & ‘I Don’t Have The Heart’ Out Now

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UK May Headline Tour Announced
Includes Date At London’s Koko On May 30th

Rising Alt-pop trio Tiny Habits return with two new singles ‘Flicker’ and ‘I Don’t Have the Heart,’ out now on Mom+Pop. Listen to both singles HERE.


Read the band’s own words on the singles below:


‘Flicker’ is about the hardships of being in a painful relationship. It’s about allowing yourself to be manipulated knowingly, despite the difficulty of being used, in hopes that the situation will somehow, by some delusion, become one of love.” 


“‘I Don’t Have the Heart,’ is about on one’s inability to express to another that they are not in a place to continue a relationship that is meant to exist only in the past. The song also touches on the difficulty of creating boundaries and more importantly, sticking to them.”


Since they formed in 2022 in Boston, Tiny Habits has toured with Noah Kahan and Gracie Abrams, backed Lizzy McAlpine for her Tiny Desk Concert, and gained fans ranging from Phoebe Bridgers and Elton John to Mark Ronson and the late David Crosby. The trio also backed Noah Kahan on his BBC Live Lounge cover of Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘lacy’ in 2023.


Already making waves across the globe and without a doubt set to be one of the breakout acts for 2024, the band have seen support from the likes of The Line Of Best Fit, The Sunday Times, Notion, Clash and more, and recently appeared as ‘Talk Of The Town’ in The New Yorker. Read the profile, titled ‘The Prodigies of Harmonies,’ HERE.


Following a run of UK dates with Noah Kahan last year & a sold-out date at London’s XOYO, Tiny Habits return to the UK this May for a run of dates, culminating with a show at Koko in London on May 30th. Tickets are available HERE.


Tiny Habits play the following UK shows:

May 2024
Wed 22nd LEEDS, The Wardrobe

Thu 23rd MANCHESTER, Gorilla

Fri 24th DUBLIN, Opium Rooms

Sun 26th GLASGOW, St. Luke’s

Tue 28th BIRMINGHAM, Institute 2

Wed 29th BRISTOL, Thekla

Thu 30th LONDON, Koko