Little Birdy ‘Stay Wild’ Video

Little Birdy are out with the video to their new single ‘Stay Wild’, off the Perth, Australia indie rock group’s third studio album ‘Confetti’, out now on Eleven/Universal. Watch it via Vimeo below.

Little Birdy ‘Hairdo’ Video

Little Birdy are out with the video to their new single ‘Hairdo’, off the Perth, Australia indie rock group’s third studio album ‘Confetti’, out now on Eleven/Universal. Watch it via YouTube below.

Little Birdy ‘Summarize’ Video

Little Birdy are out with the video to their new single ‘Summarize’, off the Perth, Australia indie rock group’s third album ‘Confetti’, out May 8th via Eleven. Watch the Head Pictures directed video below.

Little Birdy ‘Brother’ Video

Little Birdy are out with the video to their new single ‘Brother’, the first release off the Perth, Australia indie rock group’s third full-length album ‘Confetti’, out in May via Eleven/EMI Records. Watch it via YouTube below.

The Falls Festival Day 2

Little Birdy, Spearhead, The Sleepy Jackson, and Josh Pyke performed on stage during the second day of The Falls Festival in Lorne on Saturday (December 30) in Lorne, Australia. Check out pictures from GettyImages.

Little Birdy Get A Taste Of The LA Scene

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Simon Leach, guitarist for Perth band Little Birdy, spoke with Australia’s Time Off magazine about recording their second album ‘Hollywood’ in Los Angeles, but resisting the celebrity hotspots. “Well, we did go out one night with the record label to this really expensive place – one of those places where all the paparazzi is hanging around out the front,” he said. “That was funny, because they do really look at you and wonder who you are. Well, until the shi**y rental car comes to pick us up. People say [LA] is a hole, but because we were with people from there, we got to see the good side of it: where all the good food is at, where the good places are to check out, rather than trying to find an In-N-Out Burger. Initially it was cool walking up Sunset Boulevard or Melrose Avenue, but after a while it’s just like ‘Yeah I’m going down to Melrose to check out that T-shirt shop’. It just becomes a part of life.” The article at timeoff.com.au has since been removed.

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