Little Tybee is something of a mini orchestra with its ever-evolving five to ten members all engaged in intricate musicianship. Their name comes from a tiny island off the coast of their native Georgia, where, legend has it, an undetonated atomic bomb from the 1950s lies missing. They jokingly attribute the quirkiness of their debut album 'Building a Bomb' to the long-term effects of eating radiation-drenched seafood, but it's more likely they were just born that way. Their compositions transcend genres and pack a much bigger sound than their title implies. Now wrapping up their second album, Little Tybee is planning a US tour around March/April of next year.