Tiny Moving Parts Debut New Banjitar-Assisted Track “Vertebrae”

Gearing up to release their Hopeless Records debut Breathe later this week, alt-emo trio Tiny Moving Parts have just debuted their brand new track “Vertebrae”

Hitting the internet via a Max Moore-directed and child-assisted music video (you’ll see what we mean), Tiny Moving Part’s new single is an emotional one according to vocalist/guitarist Dylan Mattheisen.

“‘Vertebrae’ is about going through the motions of feeling unhappy and ironically alone when you’re in a relationship,” he said. “After all the immense time and effort you put in may turn out to be not where you want to be. This song we tried new ideas, even experimented with a banjitar! It was nice to get out of our comfort zone a little and create something special.”

To check out Tiny Moving Parts’ new track to get your prepared for their new album and upcoming tour with Fredo Disco and Standards, be sure to look below. Afterward, make sure to pre-order Breathe here.