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Hello Memory

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Customer Reviews

I LOVE IT

Overdose is perfection. The sound reminds me of The Naked and Famous. Being deaf is not an excuse to not get this album.

Great music - even better live

Discovered Little Daylight in 2013 while they were on tour with Bastille. I fell in love andb bought the EP right away. I've been anxiously awaiting the new album ever since. I'm trying to find a way to get myself to New York for another concert in the future!

Amazing

I saw you preform at the neighborhood concert in new york and couldn't help but search you up on itunes! I also recently heard you on the radio which helped me remember the love i have for your music! Outstanding song, and i cant wait for the full album to come out!

Biography

Formed: 2012 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

The members of Brooklyn indie pop trio Little Daylight first began working together in 2012, remixing tracks by bands like Passion Pit, the Neighbourhood, and Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros. Without aspirations to be much more than a studio project, Nikki Taylor, Matt Lewkowicz, and Eric Zeiler enjoyed some critical success from these early remixes and moved forward with their own music, launching their first single, "Overdose," in early 2013. Their shimmering, warm synth pop struck a chord...
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