Miss Tiny is the product of a friendship between producer/guitarist/Speedy Underground Guru Dan Carey and vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Benjamin Romans-Hopcraft. Dan and Ben have played together for a while but never released anything until now. Initially the two were known as What It’s Like To Be A Bat – taking the name of an essay written by American philosopher Thomas Nagel – they settled on Miss Tiny, a family name for Benjamin’s late grandmother.

Of the song “The Sound” , Romans-Hopcraft says, “The song is based around feelings of inner-city claustrophobia. Whether that’s at home, on your way to work, constantly socialising. There’s a certain tone to it all that feels like noise, which I feel like you can either hate or decide to enjoy as a means of running away from your own thoughts.”