Australian downtempo producer, Litche has released Some Songs For Someone, Somewhere EP
Litche delivers a 5-track EP, Some Songs For Someone, Somewhere, that is both welcoming and accessible.
Produced by: Litche
Last month we were graced with the atmospheric single, ‘Colour of You’ (feat. Anna) from Litche. Today, the Australian producer has released a new EP, Some Songs For Someone, Somewhere. Measuring in at just under 14 minutes, the EP traverses a myriad of sounds in a fast amount of time. From the laidback sounds of the opener, ‘Colour of You’ to the upbeat Yibby feature, ‘Bad Connection,’ the 5-track EP has something for everyone.
Litche details his thoughts on the EP:
“Some Songs for Someone, Somewhere” is a collection of songs that I’ve made over the last couple of years. To me these songs kind of sit in this world of their own which I like, and they are not intended for only one type of mood, place, or person. I feel like I’ve left any message or meaning in lyrics to be open-ended enough for people to be able to interpret them freely, wherever they find themselves listening.”
Here’s the producer describing his process and how he has modified it over the years:
“I have been experimenting with my production over the past couple of years, using constraint more and more as a means of generating ideas, asymmetrical song structures, samples, and effects that you often only hear once and recording parts live rather than programming. It’s also been great to see the songs take on different shapes and layers of story through collaborating with vocalists. These songs are some of my favourite that I’ve made to date and I’m really excited to be able to finally share them.”
Some Songs For Someone, Somewhere is available everywhere now.
Standout Songs: Colour of You, If You Were Here At My Fingertips, Bad Connection
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