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Little Daylight's 'Hello Memory' Release Show: Mercury Lounge, NYC (Photos)

Little Daylight have the enthusiasm of Chvrches and the infectiousness of Charli XCX which turns one listen of their debut into several repeats.

The Stationary Set

Little Daylight's Hello Memory Release Show

City: New York
Venue: Mercury Lounge
Date: 2014-07-15

The Little Daylight trio Nikki Taylor, Matt Lewkowicz, and Eric Zeiler (plus a fourth member for the show) celebrated the release of their debut album Hello Memory on July 15th at a sold out Mercury Lounge show. The band had recently opened for Au Revoir Simone at Brooklyn Bowl but they had a funny story to share about an early performance at the Mercury Lounge. Taylor spoke of them booking the gig under an alias so they could test out their material but somehow people got the wrong belief Phoenix would be performing so the venue packed with folks. Te ruse was still successful in the end however, everyone had fun. Now Little Daylight were back with an opening set from their friends Stationary Set, whom they shared a bill with recently.

Earlier this month, NPR offered a stream of Hello Memory and I found myself listening to it several times through. When I made a simple comment about listening to the album (with some of my favorite songs) on Twitter it garnered several favorites more than expected (especially given my small audience).

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