Bel Heir, New Dialogue
6 Delancey St
New York, NY, 10002
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Native to Los Angeles, indie-rockers Smallpools have craftily re-emerged out of Nashville, Tennessee with fresh perspective and a stirring new single, “Stumblin’ Home”.
Smallpools erupted onto the scene with their head turning opening statement, “Dreaming” (now RIAA Certified Gold). The song surged to the top of the Hypemachine chart; quickly earning the band support from alternative radio stations across the country, late night television programs and a home on the road as the opening act for Twenty One Pilots, Walk the Moon, Grouplove and Two Door Cinema Club on their national tours. Smallpools then released their acclaimed, debut album LOVETAP! and spent the majority of the next year selling out venues nationwide in support of it’s release.
“Stumblin’ Home” is the first track to surface from the band’s highly anticipated, “So Social EP” via Kobalt/AWAL. They will hit the road March 2019 in support of the release on the first leg of their “So Social Tour”.
Philadelphia based rock trio
Oftentimes, a fresh voice makes the most noise.
A culmination of indie spirit, alternative whimsy, and pop ambition, New Dialogue speaks for the moment. The Los Angeles-based quintet—Ela Kitapci [vocals], Taylor Morrow [vocals], Jason Rodriguez [drums], Michael Sevilla [guitar], and Jeff Badagliacca [bass]—assume an important responsibility by way of their chosen moniker.