Little Daylight - Siren Call

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Early last year, Brooklyn electronic trio Little Daylight caught our attention in a big way with their undeniably catchy first single “Overdose.” They then went on to release their EP Tunnel Vision last summer. Now, Little Daylight are ready to take the natural next step toward more mainstream exposure announcing a new record deal with Capitol and their debut album Hello Memory slated for later this year. With that news comes the album’s first single “Siren Call” and an accompanying video premiered via Fader. Whereas “Overdose” had shimmering synth-pop traits to it, “Siren Call” demonstrates a richer, darker tone to their sound though still possessing a sweeping chorus that pops. The video matches the song’s theme of constructing a fantasy with what appear to be vintage film clips (think Lana Del Rey style) transposed in the letters of Little Daylight’s word mark.

Watch the video for “Siren Call” above.
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