Little Galaxies is a cosmic rock  band from Venice Beach consisting of Jeanna Fournier (vocals/guitar), Amir Eshraghi (guitars/theremin), Andreas Sandnes (bass) and Christian Johnson (drums). A whirlwind of shimmering guitars, soaring vocals and infectious rhythms encompass their debut album Patterns, recorded, mixed and co-produced by Sejo Navajas at the historic 4th Street Recording studio in Santa Monica (The Beach Boys, No Doubt, Incubus). 

After releasing Patterns in 2013, Little Galaxies performed all over Southern California and beyond including shows at LA's famed Hotel Café, the Satellite, the Venice Art Walk main stage at Google, San Francisco's Bottom of the Hill, the Adams Street Festival in San Diego, and showcases at SXSW in Austin, TX. 

They won the Deli Magazine's "Emerging Los Angeles Artist of the Year" award with a feature in their SXSW print edition and Radio KSCR's "Best Music Video" & "Best Feel Good Video" awards for their single "Tonight." 

Their music has been recommended by several notable music blogs including Earmilk, Buzzbands LA, OC Weekly, and the Bay Bridged. Media outlets have drawn comparisons to Pink Floyd and Bjork, while also bringing to attention the band's original sound having "no I’ve heard this all before moment" (The Bay Bridged).

Most recently, Little Galaxies composed the closing song of the documentary SOS: The Salton Sea Walk at the request of the mayor of the Salton Sea's  West Shores, Kerry Morrison. The film follows Randy Brown's 116-mile trek around the shoreline to help raise awareness of California's largest and most endangered lake. The documentary is currently being screened at film festivals all over the nation and recently won Best Cinematography at the Oregon Documentary Film Festival. The song will soon be available for download and streaming. 

Little Galaxies is currently working on new songs for their sophomore LP expected this year. For more information, please contact

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