Following Little White Things’ acclaimed debut release “Step Back”, follow-up single “Corner Of” is another delicious helping of infectious, psychedelic pop.
Little White Things are the product of a chance meeting between Sweden-born Max Bergstrom and David Behan, hailing from Ireland. The two met at a late-night party one night and bonded over a shared vision to create credible, upbeat pop music. Their combined creativity and music tastes first showed signs of brilliance with the release of their debut track, “Step Back”; a “beautifully crafted piece of folk-leaning psych-pop”. After spending most of this year perfecting their sound, Little White Things are ready to fuel the hype once again, showcasing their killer second single, “Corner Of”.
Having already been likened to MGMT and Empire Of The Sun after their debut release, “Corner Of” further justifies these comparisons, demonstrating their euphoric approach to song writing. The track is an endless wave of transcendental hooks and vocals, coupled with a dance-friendly drumbeat that conjures up an inescapable, feel-good festival feeling. “Corner Of” is more promising evidence of the incredible heights that Little White Things could reach.