'Corner Of'
Little White Things

Little White Things met by chance, a random conversation at a party that led to a brand new creative endeavour.

Pitting David Behan against Max Bergstrom, the duo unfurled debut cut 'Step Back' last year, an enchanting vignette that announced their arrival in typically classy fashion.

Since then, the pair have played it cool. Heading back into the studio, Little White Things have set about sketching new directions, new avenues to explore.

Avenues that lead directly here, to this page. Chess Club will give 'Step Back' a limited edition pressing on seven inch vinyl, with new cut 'Corner Of' on the flip. It's a wonderful new offering, that seems to epitomise the easy-going chemistry between the two musicians.

David (Behan): "'Corner Of' has been a song built over years, the chorus was written close to seven of those years ago in Dublin, Ireland then taken to London 36 months later where I (David) played it to Max (Bergstrom) and we worked out a verse riff which would eventually be recorded in a little studio in Tooting. 2190 days after the first chords were played we made this video with a goal to create something simple that showcased the years past."

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Debbie Scanlan/Wolf James Photography

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