Kush Kush are used to spending time away from the hustle and bustle of our everyday life – after all, the mysterious producers with the rabbit masks prefer to bury themselves deep in their rabbit hole to cook up urban club tracks. But even the best club tracks are nothing without an actual club to dance to them, and so just like the rest of us, Kush Kush started to really miss all the “Little Things” that make our everyday life so worth the wile. The resulting track is an ode to that feeling and introduces up-and-coming British-Canadian singer-songwriter Phrazer on his first official single release. Pitching down Phrazer’s voice to the overall downbeat vibe of the song, Kush Kush craft an ambient production highlighted by smooth drops, a funky bass line and sentimental melodies.
“I used to picture love out of a magazine, But that was the old me” told Phrazer recalls a time when he thought life and love was something happening in the virtual realm. That’s until he has a life-changing encounter in the real world: “When I laid my eyes on you / Saw the other point of view / Things I used to see right through,” he sings, realizing that all the material values such as a big house, a fast car, and sapphire rings don’t matter anymore: “It’s the little things / You got the little things.”
“Since we were severely restricted by Corona Virus, like all of us, we realized just how important the most normal and smallest things can be,” Kush Kush share. “For us, this includes seeing our loved ones or simply sitting down in a café. That was one of the inspirations for the song – reflecting on how well we were doing and that life is not always about the big things. With this song, we want to do contribute our small share in finding back to normalcy.”