Two-song 7-inch single: "Paint That Tree" b/w "National Park Style"
Watch the "Paint That Tree" video: youtu.be/i5fuWcgEyGc
A call to arms of sorts backed with a dark, spooky affair about things gone awry.
"An outlandish collision of delirious sounds, contrasting vocal styles and deft instrumental bits." —Puncture
"The screwy Oakland-based rock band, whose bent-note sparseness, quirky lyrics, and ignitable live performances put them somewhere near the middle of a musical spectrum bookended by Ed's Redeeming Qualities and Thinking Fellers Union Local 282" —SF Weekly
"West Coasters who've seen LITTLE MY play tend to go on about the San Francisco quartet's excellence has never quite made it to its records before 'Paint That Tree!' b/w 'National Park Style' (Silly Bird). The group comes off as a more rock cousin of Thinking Fellers Union Local 282, putting peculiar rhythms and arrangements at the servie of multi-sectioned songs. 'National Park Style' starts off in a standard Slintoid slow-rock vein, then works up a head of steam through a series of subtle dynamic and harmonic changes until it develops a surging, tragic chorus by the end. 'Paint That Tree!,' on the other side, is all over the place -- its delights include a country guitar solo over a mutant 7/8-time rhythm." —CMJ