Louis The Child teamed up with some familiar friends for “Little Things”—A motivational exposé reminding us that brighter days are just around the corner.
Louis The Child shines a light that can’t be dimmed.
Even under quarantine, Robby and Freddy radiate the positivity that we can always expect from Louis The Child. I mean, these two can’t miss. They’ve effectively blurred the line between EDM and Pop, consequently resulting in multitudes of success in both realms. They’ve worked with artists like Whethan, Elohim, and even Foster the People. So it’s no surprise that they’re back again with another collab that feels like cold-lemonade on a hot summer day.
This time, the boys team up with Quinn XCII and Chelsea Cutler. Quinn is a Motown singer/songwriter from Detroit. In addition, Quinn collaborated with LTC previously on their most recent EP Kids At Play. Chelsea is a singer/songwriter from Westport, Connecticut. She’s no stranger to electronic music. She has credits on tracks with Ayokay and Kygo. It’s also worth mentioning that she was the voice behind “Slow Down Love”. A track from Louis The Child’s debut album that hit #42 in 2017 on Billboard’s Dance/Electronic chart.
Quinn and Chelsea each take turns holding the reins vocally. As well as combing forces to produce some really beautiful harmonies. All the while, LTC supply a beat that boosts serotonin levels big time. It’s simply a happy tune.
I’m not sure if you heard, but we just had a huge weekend of music streaming. Not only did we have amazing underground sets from Vibe Digital, and Deep, Dark, & Dangerous. We also had a truly historic online music festival with Digital Mirage. This weekend, Digital Mirage, with help from Proximity and Team B&L, they raised $300,000 for Sweet Relief. Louis The Child had a playground set at Digital Mirage, you should check it out.
Listen to “Little Things” below, and support your favorite creatives:
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