Tiny Habits is bringing their Little Bit Farther Tour to Scotland for one night only at Saint Luke’s in Glasgow on Sunday. The band is a vocal trio lead by Maya Rae, Cinya Khan, and Judah Mayowa. They’ve been touring in Europe since 14 May and arrived in the UK on the 22nd, touching down in Leeds and then heading to Dublin on Friday night. While there, they released their 11-track debut album All For Something, 5 tracks of which they’ve already released as singles. Glasgow, then, will only be the second show after their album release, ensuring they’ll put on a marvelous gig. 

Tiny Habits rose to popularity after posting covers of songs performed in a stairwell at the Berklee School of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. The group showcased their gorgeous three-part harmonies through a range of genres and artists, quickly gaining recognition. They released their first singles in late 2022, followed by their first EP, Tiny Things, in April 2023. The first single from this debut album, “Small Enough”, was released more than 6 months ago. Other tracks, such as “Mudroom”, “I Don’t Have the Heart”, and “Wishes” have also had success prior to the release of their album, making this album highly anticipated. 

Recognition from other artists has made this band not so tiny anymore: they opened for American singer-songwriter Gracie Abrams on her American tour and will join her again on her upcoming Australian tour; they also supported Noah Kahan on his European/UK tour. They joined Lizzy McAlpine on her recent NPR Tiny Desk concert and have worked with the likes of Mark Ronson and JP Saxe. After finishing their tour in the UK, Tiny Habits will return to the US to open for the tours of Vance Joy, Lake Street Dive, and Sarah McLachlan. Most impressive of all, Sir Elton John has coined them “delicious”, which is ultimately the highest praise. 

Opener | Shallow Alcove

Tiny Habits’ opener, Shallow Alcove, are also New England natives from upstate New York. Fronted by Grace Krichbaum and Dan Harris, also including Peter Groppe, Jack Harrington, and Noah Dadaris, the band collectively embraces the folk tradition while adding modern spins which embrace young adulthood; their sound is self-described as ‘storytelling with the people they love’. They released their first album, Keepsakes, in December with the song ‘Dream Song’ gaining over a million listens. Once finishing their run with Tiny Habits, they will embark on their ‘Get In Loser We’re Going On a Picnic’ Tour in the US.