Minneapolis/Brooklyn band Tiny Deaths — the dream-pop project of singer Claire de Lune and producer Grant Cutler — are finally ready for their full-length debut. The duo first began climbing toward indie stardom with a self-titled EP in 2014, following that up with last year’s minimal yet deep Night Flowers EP. Their debut album, last month’s Elegies, is a consistently strong eight-song effort; any track could serve as a single. A ghostly Beach House vibe pulses throughout, with songs like “Backwards” (previously released on Night Flowers) evoking Purity Ring, another singer-producer twosome. De Lune and Cutler’s sound may appear ready-made for such fashionable comparisons, but with Elegies, they’ve arrived at a formula that’s truly their own. Fledgling bands might soon be compared to Tiny Deaths. With Lott and DJ sets by Dosh, Al Church, and Jeremy Ylvisaker.