The final single from their forthcoming EP, Little Grim’s ‘Play Nice’ is an instant alt-indie hit. Deftly pairing delicate vocals with the groove of the low-fi bass line, ‘Play Nice’ delivers a powerful message atop a pulsing rhythm guaranteed to make you dance.
Parroting the words of an angry mother telling off her child — “Why don’t you play nice?” Joe Murphy’s lyrics take a twisted look at nostalgia, and how the desire to look through rose tinted glasses can come back to haunt you. “‘Play nice’ is a song to silence the inner bully. It’s for people trying to overcome that voice of self-doubt” says the lead singer.
Having experienced a string of success from their previous singles ‘Hoodie’ and ‘Silence’ (which have seen radio play from Tom Robinson of BBC 6Music and BBC Introducing), ‘Play Nice’ is the final track to tease the release of their debut EP, produced by Brett Cox (Jack Garratt, Tusks, Vök). Following a sell-out show in Bermondsey Social Club, Little Grim have carved out a strong footing in the live scene in New Cross and Peckham. The band are about to embark on a UK tour in late January including numerous dates with Sofar Sounds.
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