Once again showcasing CHERITON’s ability to create infectious hook-driven, guitar-pop, Little Late Little Love combines crisp vocals with twinkling synths and jangling guitar twangs to make a sounds that is both sun-kissed and undeniably addictive from the offset. Produced by Andy Hall Hall (Bastille, Fickle Friends, James Gillespie), Little Late Little Love is a song about poor form. “Its about bad timing, saying the wrong thing at the wrong time the end of a relationship and the messed up things people say and do to one another,” CHERITON explains. “I think people when faced with a break up, out of fear, can behave in very irrational ways. They become hurtful and are un-empathetic to each other. In this song I wanted to reflect on both sides of the story. I’ve experienced both sides and they aren’t fun. Sometimes I write songs for other people and sometimes I write them for myself, Little Late Little Love is definitely the latter.”
With the release an upcoming EP on the way, 2020 is shaping up to be an exciting year for CHERITON and his shimmering indie-pop soundscapes.