1980 – 1984 (4 years)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
When the radio station 106 VIC in New York put The Little Heroes' "Bridges and Tunnels" at #9 on its list of top 120 songs of the year, people took notice that this relatively unheard of act was beating out fellow mainstreamers like Coldplay, The Killers, and Pearl Jam. The band's debut, Cinematic Americana, not only presents the aforementioned track, but an array of equally impressive tunes.
Since its release Cinematic Americana has received national attention in the press, including reviews at Billboard, Blogcritics, Lost at Sea, Babysue, The Red Alert, and many others. The band’s music has also appeared on hit television shows, including “The Hills,” “The Real World,” “Army Wives,” and “One Tree Hill.” The band’s first single, September Falls, has gained radio play on Indie 103 (Los Angeles), 92.3 KJEE (Santa Barbara) and 106 The VIC (New York). The record has also placed on CMJ's Top 200 radio charts.
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