Based in Brooklyn, Little Silver is a contemporary rock duo built around the ethereal vocals of husband and wife, Steve Curtis and Erika Simonian. With the addition of drummer Ray Rizzo and David Tarica on bass, Little Silver’s sound has fully come into its own. Underlying the group is a tendency toward thoughtfulness and simplicity, with many of its songs characterized by contemplative lyrics and a beautiful and understated musical depth.
The couple met as touring musicians living in New York City—Curtis as a member of the contemporary folk group Hem, and Simonian as a part of various rock bands. After a whirlwind romance, the two married, then formed Little Silver in 2010, with the project allowing Simonian to capitalize on her softer musical sensibilities while letting Curtis let loose musically.
Today, the group debuts a brand-new music video for the number, “One Stepper”, off Little Silver’s recently released album, Somewhere You Found My Name. As told by the band, “‘One Stepper’ is about, pretty plainly, addiction—and the pain and frustration of loving someone who is essentially unreachable. Though the energy of the song is upbeat and fun (and we love that about it), it’s also a reflection of the punch and smiling-through-clenched-teeth that you need to get through.”
The music video—created by Alexis Fleisig (Girls Against Boys, The Obits)—plays off the band’s timeless vibe, with the throwback stylings of the video further augmenting the nostalgic, if not bittersweet, nature of the song. Live For Live Music is happy to premiere the brand new retro-stylized music video for Little Silver’s “One Stepper” off their 2017 debut, Somewhere You Found My Name. Check it out below:
Watch the brand new video for Little Silver’s “One Stepper” below via the band’s YouTube page:
For more information on Little Silver and their upcoming projects, head to the band’s website.