The Lottery Winners – Little Things

2019 started with a bang, with The Lottery Winners’ That’s Not Entertainment as a (belated) Carte Blanche Music Wildcard. And now, the band have another go at the top prize. Little Things is the third single to be released ahead of their self-titled debut album, which is due on 13 March 2020.

The Lottery Winners is an album the band have spent the last two years recording tracks for, after being discovered by music industry legend Seymour Stein. You may know some of the other artists he signed, like a certain Madonna, and bands called The Ramones and Talking Heads (to name but a few). The album was produced by Tristem Ivemy (Frank Turner, The Holloways) and mastered at Abbey Road.

“This was a difficult song for me to write. It’s quite a sad one”, reflects frontman Thom Rylance. “It’s amazing how everything changes when you lose someone. Things become a lot more important. It does have a catchy chorus, and some nice ‘heys’ though, so don’t worry.”

This may very well be the track for The Lottery Winners to win them the jackpot. As they predicted themselves: ‘there’s nothing bigger than the little things’.

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The Lottery Winners – That’s Not Entertainment

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