Tiny Tide was born around the figure of Mark Zonda, who already worked on the album “Feel The Blank” in the end of the ’90s and had a noise-drone soundtrack at his back called “Deconstruction 306″. The band rose on the apex of the indie music mania some years later and it’s still working on the making of their first album after having self released two ep. Band is completed by Manuel on bass and violin, Dendrix as the band guitar hero and Mic Leffe on drums, while Porlock fits most of their keyboard and piano stuff in studio.
While the single “Girls From Ronta” was featured in many indie radio shows in Italy, Luxembourg, UK and California, Mark joins Philip Lockwood (Le Bleu) project “The Rise and Fall of… LeBleu”, writing and singing the track “Rock in the Empire”.
Tiny Tide also shared the stage with Santa Dog (UK), Ladybird (FR), Holmes (SW), Stars in Coma (SW), and Les Fauves (IT).
Mark collaborates with the American artist Marilyn Roxie on her first thematic EP called “Earth” with a track named “Plain Little Game”. On the same year Fabio Benni from The Man Avec Les Lunettes joins Tiny Tide for a Left Banke cover of “Walk Away Renee”.
Tiny Tide main hit “The Smiths & The Cure” was promoted by the American Vulpiano Records, and it’s meant as a surreal tribute to those icons that managed to forge indie pop as we know in 2010′s. Many EP and Albums followed since this note was written. Keep yourself up to date at www.tinytide.com.