Formed in 2014, in their relatively short existence they have enjoyed some encouraging success independently through consistent hard work. In 2015 Tiny Folds became the first Devon band to earn a place on the BBC Radio 1 Daytime playlist via BBC Introducing with their single Arcadia. This was followed up in 2016 with a headline performance on the BBC Introducing stage at Radio 1's Big Weekend in Exeter.
With a sound described as infectious electronic hooks partnered with big choruses. Tiny Folds have been likened to artists such as The 1975, Bastille and Prides. Strongly supported by BBC Introducing and Radio 1 DJs Scott Mills and Chris Stark, they are going from strength to strength with each release.
"Main stage headliners in the making" - BBC Introducing
"I love it! It's weird when you fall in love with a song so instantly" - Chris Stark, BBC Radio 1