Litche’s “But Isn’t Love Important?” Is A Glorious Anthem Of Procrastination

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Aussie artist Litche transports us to cloud 9 of daydreaming in his new single “But Isn’t Love Important?” As you sit in front of your computer with your noise-cancelling headphones on (or airpods if you’re rich), let the airy and swelling ambience of Litche’s latest single take you on a mental odyssey. And make sure you have excel or keynote open along with your email inbox – looks like you’re working. But in reality, you’re contemplating on a deeper and more important question of life: “But Isn’t Love Important?”

On his new single, Litche shared:

“This song seemed to just happen one day in my studio as I was creating some new drum and synth loops. This turned into something that inspired me along the way and I wrote this song really fast, like in a day. I found the vocal sample from a 1980’s horror movie, I like adding something human to my music even if it’s just a field recording of real-world noises or someone speaking. It helps me connect to the tone and journey of the track on a whole different level. The contrast between bright and dark distorted sounds on this song to me gives the impression of inner conflicting feelings, maybe my inner psyche and its dealings with the ongoing positive and negative thoughts that appear in my mind throughout each day.”

Litche will be bringing you more songs to procrastinate soon.