Noise Exclusive: Tiny Stills, Anthony Raneri & Steve Soboslai Wrote A Relatable Love Song You Should Really Listen To


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Listen, love sucks. Okay, maybe love doesn’t suck, but a lot of the time it can be pretty shitty. Okay, okay, take it easy. Maybe love isn’t shitty, per se, but in the case of LA power pop outfit Tiny Stills and their brand new single “Colorblind,” love can certainly be a blind spot. 

Based on the idea of love being the worst kind of cover-up for a not-so-great relationship, Tiny Stills’ new track is one all new couples really need to hear.    

I co-wrote this song with Anthony Raneri (Bayside) and Steve Soboslai (Punchline),” says vocalist/guitarist Kailynn West. “We wanted to write a song about how being in love can really disguise problems in a relationship that need to be addressed. Sometimes by the time you figure it out, it’s too late and the relationship is unsalvageable. Sometimes love can trick you into thinking everything is fine, but in your gut, you know something isn’t working.”

To check out the upbeat toe-tapper that is “Colorblind,” be sure to look below. Afterward, make sure to pre-order Tiny Still’s sophomore LP Laughing Into The Void before it hits stores June 1st.     

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