Band To Watch: Hannah’s Little Sister

Band To Watch: Hannah’s Little Sister

On first introduction, Hannah's Little Sister resemble a handmade tchotchke from childhood. The Liverpool-based quartet write tongue-in-cheek art-rock with the abundant energy of theater kids, and every visual they roll out is giddy enough to match. The music video for their first single looks like warped home footage from a 14-year-old's birthday party. Their debut EP -- the MediaFire-friendly EP.mp3, due out November 20th on Heist Or Hit -- flaunts a Photoshop 101 job that's charming in its cut-and-paste simplicity. And then, of course, there's their moniker, a literal nod to childhood and the expectation of not amounting to much when you hit adulthood. (According to lead singer Meg Grooters, she committed the phrase to memory as a kid when her real-life older sister, Hannah, said it was all anyone would ever know her as, and therefore would make for a perfect band name someday.)