Brooklyn's Little Daylight have unveiled a number of remixes surrounding the release of their debut album Hello Memory. With their original music being taken for a spin by Future Islands, St. Lucia, and Great Good Fine Ok, LD themselves have reworked songs from Bastille, Sky Ferreira and their current tour mates Young Rising Sons, all within the past few months. In keeping with the steady stream of new music, Little Daylight's "Mona Lisa" was most recently remixed by London-based producer Erol Sabadosh.
At around six minutes in length, Sabadosh's mix it set to get the audience moving with uplifting synth melodies supported by a four on the floor beat. Just when you think the song is going to keep on digging deeper with its wholesome sub bass, it eases off of the grind with overarching piano chords. In all, Erol Sabadosh's version of "Mona Lisa" stands apart from the original in providing listeners with a distinct version of the hook-filled song.
Of the remix, Little Daylight had this to say, "We've been a fan of Erol Sebadosh's for awhile, and it's been awesome watching him gain attention in recent months. We were pumped when we heard he wanted to re-work the track. He got 'Mona Lisa' ready for the dancefloor in a way that exceeded our expectations!" Erol also had a few word on the mix "It’s always special getting in on something like this; I really love Little Daylight’s energy and this is a perfect track for Summer. Keeping most of the original melody and vocal intact, I wanted to bring some UK Bass House flavour into the mix to get this track into the clubs."
Pick up Little Daylight's new album Hello Memory on iTunes here.