We've been following Harry James Angus' career for over ten years now. The Cat Empire trumpeter and crooner used to busk just down the road from us, giving swift trills of his brass as we wandered by, tossing 20 cent coins into his hat. Far from the jazz-influences of his namesake band, his debut solo album couldn't be more different from what you're expecting. Little Stories was released yesterday, and it's full of exactly of what it preaches: a bunch of gorgeous, odd acoustic guitar tales made-up and collected over Harry's 29 years. Think of it like an audio fairytale book, but with more references to Bendigo and corporate bankers. For more info you can pop by his website.