Get ready for Little Daylight to slow it down, synth-style on "Name In Lights."
Electro-pop threesome Little Daylight ascend directly to synth-heaven on "Name in Lights," the New York act's second single. "You know you've got your name in lights," the hook coos, as backing vocals as soft as freshly bathed puppies rest underneath. The track's a downtempo parade of textures, a bass line gently beating alongside reverb-coated drums. The song's style recalls a slo-mo Alpine or the lush synth-pop harmonies of Au Revoir Simone -- a Sunday morning to the Saturday night fever of the band's high-energy debut, "Overdose." It's definitely a sound we can't get enough of.
Listen to Little Daylight's "Name In Lights" after the jump.
Indie-rock trio Little Daylight has an "Overdose." Like, the non-dangerous kind.
If you're into, say, AMAZING REMIXES, you might have already heard of indie-pop trio Little Daylight. If you're into, say, AMAZING REMIXES and haven't heard of Little Daylight, then you might wanna come out from behind that rock and listen up. Meet Little Daylight: They're three good pals who've taken the remix game by storm, recreating tracks for everyone from Penguin Prison to Passion Pit and Freelance Whales. And while the band has had a LOT of success with everyone else's material, they've just released their first original tune, "Overdose." Just in case you feel skeptical, trust: it wasn't a bad decision. "Overdose" may be the most perfect pop song you've ever heard.
Watch Little Daylight's "Overdose" video after the jump.