Riding quite the hot streak as of late with a steady barrage of releases of the last few weeks, Louis The Child continues to keep the electronic dance music community occupied unveiling their latest original “Little Things” alongside Quinn XCII and Chelsea Cutler.
After sharing previously unreleased renditions of Valee’s “Womp Womp” and Tame Impala’s “It Might Be Time” to Youtube, the Chicago duo delivers another simply stunning production that is guaranteed to brighten anyone’s day but that can pretty much be said about the rest of Louis The Child’s discography.
Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett on “Little Things,” “Although this song was started years ago, it feels like it couldn’t be coming out at a better time. As our daily lifestyles adapt to the current state of the world, it seems to be the little things that mean the most right now. Things that we may take for granted in our normal lives seem so important and impactful now. This song was originally written by Jon Bellion and when we first heard the song we felt a connection with it. We dove in on the original production and reworked some lyrics with Jon until everything felt right (if you listen closely you can hear some of his original vocal layers in the chorus, drop and beatbox). We sent it to Chelsea and Quinn, who have been friends and collaborators of ours for years. Having shared so many great memories on the road, in the studio, and in our daily lives, it felt right to have them deliver these words and this message. We’re so happy to have this out in the world with them, and hope you are too.”
Sit back, relax and enjoy this star-studded collaboration between Louis The Child, Quinn XCII and Chelsea Cutler below.
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