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Little Pictures

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Little Pictures is an electronic pop duo from Wellington, New Zealand. The boyfriend/girlfriend duo of Mark Turner and Johanna Freeman write warm, happy, bedroom pop music. After meeting in 2007, Mark and Johanna discovered they share a love for synthesisers, pop culture and each other.

They released their debut album Owl + Owl through Lil Chief Records (The Brunettes, The Ruby Suns etc.) to rave reviews from the blog world, with BIGSTEREO proclaiming it ""Perfect DIY pop, all the tracks are real gems", Panda Toes calling it "the cutest, most fun-loving music of 2008" and Sydney Sounder saying it "provides that perfect balance between childish incorruptibility and zest with the maturity and sensibility of what makes the whole thing work for the masses".

Little Pictures are sure to put a smile on your face with something a little cute, a little catchy and a whole lot of heart.

Band Members:
Mark Turner
Johanna Freeman

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