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LITTLE SPARTA are a London based three piece featuring Alan D. Boyd, Susie Honeyman and Scott Skinner. They often work in collaboration with poets, painters, singers and film makers. 

Described as ‘bittersweet and unpretentious’ by Pitchfork (7/10) for their first release Scalpel Slice (Fire Records) the band have continued to explore the out of the ordinary while maintaining the ‘Elegant, waning violins and craggy folkisms..” (NME) that have come to define their sound

You can listen and buy music by LITTLE SPARTA at BANDCAMP

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Remembrance Day

The second single in a new series of music by Little Sparta, Remembrance Day is a cover of a song by Scottish singer-songwriter George Grant from his 1981 album Fragments of the World. Little Sparta drummer Scott Skinner – Grant’s nephew — assumes lead vocals on the track, a haunting meditation on love capsized by war. Get it on BandCamp. All streaming May 26

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You Cut Me

The first single in a new series of music by Little Sparta with the artwork of Grey Gallery artist Covadonga Valdes.

You Cut Me is a song about dangerous words and the consequences of using them. Out now on all streaming and from our Bandcamp page.