My Side of the Mountain, Vol. 6: Little Tybee

Little Tybee is delightfully difficult to categorize. Dreamy, rhythmic and endlessly melodic, the Atlanta-based quintet includes a violin and 8-string guitar, and, on a somewhat unrelated note, is also pleasure to work with. The band stopped by the Grey Eagle last week to promote its upcoming sophomore release, Humorous to Bees, as part of a short tour that included dates in Texas, Arkansas, Virginia, Pennsylvania and New York. We caught up with Little Tybee over breakfast at Over Easy Cafe for a preview of the new album.

Little Tybee for My Side of the Mountain from Jesse Hamm on Vimeo.



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