Indie art pop duo Little Fuss has released “Girls At Parties,” the devastatingly contemplative title track from their cinematic, nine-chapter concept album Girls At Parties. The album explores and examines the perspectives and experiences of nine apprehensive characters as they navigate a social gathering.
A dazzling collage of My So Called Life-era angst intersecting introspective post-grunge nostalgia and the first single from the self-produced debut full-length from Olivia Martinez and Cody Von Lehmden, “Girls At Parties” captures the dizzying intensity of the ever-changing world during young adulthood. The shadowy single is vivid and alluring, juxtaposing an adrenalin-jolting, technicolor Baz Lurhmann soundtrack-esque atmosphere with the creative versatility of Martinez as a storyteller. She introduces listeners to the album’s first character: the omnipotent narrator.
A sonic extension of their 2021 debut EP, Hazy, Girls At Parties perfectly embodies the dichotomy of their music, with inquisitive lyrics set against cinematic arrangements. “Girls At Parties” can now be streamed and downloaded on digital platforms worldwide. You can follow Little Fuss – a pair of shy creatives hoping to “take introverted perspectives and write songs that make them loud enough to hear” – by following them on Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok at @LittleFussBand.