Release Date
01 Oct 12
Released back in 2004, Tilly and the Wall’s debut album Wild Like Children was a collection of unpolished, folky reflections on growing up that had real charm.  Any accusations of tweeness that will naturally follow when you name your band after a children’s book and have a tap dancer instead of a drummer were allayed by songs of teenage drunkenness, sex and suicide played with a rough and ready lust for life. So, eight years later and four years since their last album, how does a group so rooted in childhood experience deal with hitting thirty and having kids of their own?