Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad approach their debut album Before the World Was Big like a pair of untrained outsider artists. Songs like "Dear Nora" and "Cherry Picking" are raw and unvarnished, presented in sketch-form rather than polished to a high-gloss finish. It's a messy feel that bleeds into the pair's exposed-nerve words, which are belted out in unison and find the two struggling to hold onto some semblance of childhood innocence in a world growing increasingly strange and unfamiliar.

Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad approach their debut album Before the World Was Big like a pair of untrained outsider artists. Songs like "Dear Nora" and "Cherry Picking" are raw and unvarnished, presented in sketch-form rather than polished to a high-gloss finish. It's a messy feel that bleeds into the pair's exposed-nerve words, which are belted out in unison and find the two struggling to hold onto some semblance of childhood innocence in a world growing increasingly strange and unfamiliar.

Frankie Cosmos opens the show.