American folk-pop trio Tiny Habits announce Melbourne headline show for January

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American folk-pop trio Tiny Habits announce Melbourne headline show for January

Words by Staff Writer

Tiny Habits are headed down under for the very first time in January 2024.

Tiny Habits, one of the USA’s hottest new bands, is coming to our shores this summer.

Gearing up for their inaugural headline show, Tiny Habits will make history in Melbourne on January 23, 2024, at the iconic Howler venue.

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Hailing from the vibrant musical hub of Boston, Tiny Habits was born in 2022 when the talented trio—Maya Rae, Cinya Khan, and Judah Mayowa—crossed paths at the Berklee College of Music. These three singing and songwriting prodigies wasted no time in making a mark, quickly earning their stripes as a band destined for greatness.

Currently riding the wave of their latest single, ‘Small Enough’, Tiny Habits has garnered support from a diverse array of artists. Legends like David Crosby, modern icons like Marcus Mumford and Phoebe Bridgers, and sensational singer-songwriter Noah Kahan have all sung the band’s praises. Not to mention, Tiny Habits has shared the stage with the likes of Mark Ronson, JP Saxe, and Lizzy McAlpine, showcasing their vocal prowess on NPR’s Tiny Desk.

Tiny Habits burst onto the scene with singles ‘pennies (voice memo)’ and ‘hemenway’ at the close of 2022, amassing over 1 million plays across digital streaming platforms in just a few months. Their debut EP, “Tiny Things,” dropped in April 2023, solidifying their status as THE band to watch in 2023. Following a wildly successful US tour, including sold-out shows supporting Gracie Abrams, Tiny Habits is set to make their Australian debut.

In a stroke of serendipity, Tiny Habits will be joining forces with the rising pop sensation Gracie Abrams for her sold-out shows on “The Good Riddance Tour.”

Tickets are on sale now at