Little Daylight releases ‘My Life’ (friends edit) video feat. The Griswolds and Young Rising Sons

By on October 9, 2014
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Don’t be fooled by the name. With their undeniably infectious sound, Little Daylight is quickly becoming a big, bright spot on today’s musical landscape.

Formed in the spring of 2012 by Nikki Taylor, Matt Lewkowicz and Eric Zeiler, Little Daylight has released the “friends edit” of “My Life,” a high-energy track from their latest album, Hello Memory.  The “friends edit” features vocals from members of Young Rising Sons and The Griswolds, who have also been gaining considerable momentum with their unique brand of party-pop.

The track and video “My Life” featuring The Griswolds and Young Rising Sons are out now.

“We’ve shared a stage many times with The Griswolds and Young Rising Sons, and they’re both amazing,” shares Lewkowicz. “So adding a gang of vocals to “My Life” seemed like a no-brainer.  On a whim, we asked Chris Whitehall of The Griswolds to sing with Nikki on the chorus, and it took the song to an entirely new level. It’s incredible.

After performing at South by Southwest in 2013, Little Daylight signed with Capitol Records and released their debut EP, Tunnel Vision, shortly thereafter. Tunnel Vision contained the single, “Overdose,” which shot to #1 on The Hype Machine. Since then, Little Daylight has toured with the likes of Bastille, Charli XCX and The Neighbourhood. The band made its network television debut on Late Night With Seth Meyers in May of 2014.

Little Daylight continues to bring its memorable live show on the road in support of Hello Memory, which came out in July of 2014.

See Little Daylight at the 2014 CMJ Music Marathon:

Oct 21 – Balcony TV Showcase at Webster Hall
Oct 22 – ASCAP Showcase at Webster Hall
Oct 25 – Wild Honey Pie Showcase at Brooklyn Night Bazaar

Connect with Little Daylight:

Official Website





Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.