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Exclusive Premiere: Watch Little Cities’ New Video for “Can I Come Over?”

By: Staff –

Emerging indie band Little Cities is back with a new video for their track “Can I Come Over?”, which you can watch exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below.

“Lyrically the song was inspired by reminiscing to times in our youth when you didn’t quite have the guts to tell the person you had feelings for (in this case your best friend) how you truly feel about them, but with the help of a little teen angst and a little liquid confidence you finally muster up the confidence to say what’s on your mind!” said the band. “That and the American Pie Movies. We co-wrote “Can I Come Over?” with our friend and producer Gavin Brown (Billy Talent, Metric, Three Days Grace). Our good friend and producer Colin Buchanan engineered and mixed the single as well! The experience was very surreal, Gavin has a resume of bands that he has produced over the years that all of us we grew up listening to, still listen to, and have been inspired by for Little Cities and other projects we’ve done in the past. It was the first time we really spent a couple days focusing and recording a single – we usually go in the studio with Colin and lay down 3 tracks in a weekend, but this time we decided to focus on one track and I think we got a really cool song out of it! It re-freshing for us as a band to be out of our comfort zone for this one.”

Little Citties is a proper name for a band from the Canadian Maritimes. With modest stomping grounds rooted in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, and the gun still smoking from releasing their 2018 debut EP, Friends Floors, and their latest single, 2019’s “Forever”. Working alongside Grammy Nominated and JUNO Award winning Music Producer Gavin Brown (Billy Talent, Metric, Three Days Grace) and hometown legend/music producer Colin Buchanan (Paper Lions, SORREY, Adyn Townes) has brought a new vision to the band as they’ve set their sights on bringing their shiny, steadfast, soaked-in-synth alt-pop rock collective nationwide.

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