Tilly and the Wall is an indie pop group from Omaha, Nebraska. Their name originated from a children's book called "Tillie and the Wall,"
written by Leo Lionni. They formed after many Omaha groups broke up including Conor Oberst's "Park Ave." The band gained notoriety
by substituting a tap-dancer and hand-claps for percussion. Tilly and the Wall is known for an exciting and collaborative live
performance, creative fashion choices, cute and lighthearted music videos, and a healthy dose of optimism in every thing they do.