Head-bobbing, foot-tapping, instant ear worms that make you want to get up and dance. That, in a nutshell, is what Little Daylight is all about.
A trio that cannot be contained to one genre, Little Daylight is a New York City-based band bound by hyphens and adjectives: bubbly, bouncy, indie-pop-rock-synth goodness.
They make music that immediately puts you in a good mood. It wakes you up and prepares you for a day of getting shit done. I can write that declaration with complete confidence, having woken up and started my day by listening to their EP, “Tunnel Vision” (and only current release, although rumor has it they are currently busy working on a full-length album), with a full workload ahead of me that has been staring me dead in the face all weekend.
Great (and majorly productive) days begin with dancing.