From Tiny Fireflies’ debut album, “The Space Between”.
Tiny Fireflies began as a collaboration that did not have any intentions of being a band. Chicago musicians Lisle and Kristine (whose solo projects are Fireflies and Tiny Microphone respectively) were asked to appear on “Between two Waves,” a compilation series driven by the concept of two musicians joining forces to create a song together, for netlabel Eardrums Pop.
Their song ʻDonʼt Wait Until I Fall Asleep,” an homage to the Factory Records sound, was an instant fan favorite among Eardrumsʼs four compilations, and in October 2010, Tiny Fireflies became the first band to release a single for the label’s singles club. The 3-song single, which featured samples from Serge Gainsbourg and a cover of Claudine Longetʼs version of “End of the World,” was voted favorite Eardrums release, favorite single (“Snow”), favorite collaboration, and favorite artwork in the label’s year end poll.
The duo played their debut show in May 2011 at the 5th Annual New York City Popfest. They have since played in England, Spain, and around the Midwest (opening for Memoryhouse) in support of their follow-up EP “Change,” which was released by Spanish label Little Treasure in August 2011. (It sold out in less than two weeks.) Cloudberry Records released their latest single, “Picture Perfect” on March 15, 2012.