- 1. Black & White 3.19 10048 plays
- 2. Piedmont Girls 3.00 7712 plays
- 3. Five Stars 3.50 19622 plays
- 4. Lady Wisconsin 3.05 14184 plays
- 5. On the Cusp 3.23 2611 plays
- 6. Once More With Feeling 5.57 2610 plays
- 7. Your Own Water (I) 2.52 2049 plays
- 8. Your Own Water (II) 2.51 1779 plays
- 9. From Timid to Timbuktu 1.36 3902 plays
- 10. We Three Pistoliers 5.16 2213 plays
Local Hero's jaunty brand of indie rock'n'roll, most often compared to Arctic Monkeys, Vampire Weekend and The Strokes, has been earning them recognition in and out of their native Bay Area for the past two years. Their sound is modern and infectious, and prompted The Huffington Post to describe the band as "what you'd get if The Kinks and Vampire Weekend had a Bay Area Baby." After six months at John Vanderslice's Tiny Telephone Recording, they released their first full-length - From Timid to Timbuktu - in September 2012 to a collective eyebrow-raise from local music publications. Every member of the band is under the age of twenty.
“Black & White” the first single off From Timid to Timbuktu was released online in late August, and the entire album was digitally released on Friday, September 7th.