Allow Artist Little Rêd to Remind You 'What Love Is' With Her Whimsical New Music Video

Love. It's not an easy thing to describe.

Yet indie artist Little Rêd is somehow able to perfectly capture how it feels when you initially start falling for someone with her fanciful tune "What Love Is."

Soft and sweet vocals laid over powerful instrumentals, the track expands on the excitement and nervousness of embarking on a new relationship.

Indie artist Little Red's music video for her single "What Love Is"

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Listen to the track below while watching its dreamy music video, too.

Once you're done, keep scrolling to get to know Little Rêd a bit better.

Artist: Little Rêd

Age: 23

Latest single: "What Love Is"

What the song means to Little Rêd: "'What Love Is' explores that space of time when a relationship is new and exciting, not knowing where it's going to go. The soundscape of the song is deliberately expansive because I wanted it to sound overwhelming."

Biggest influence: "I write pretty exclusively about myself, so I'm definitely my own influence. I'm also really inspired by artists that really push themselves, and Kate Bush is definitely somebody that I would put in that category."

Dream venue: "It's not really a venue, but I dream of performing on Later… With Jools Holland. I've seen so many of my favorite artists perform in that studio. It would be so crazy to be on that show. Though I'd probably mess up and embarrass myself from anxiety!"

Dream duet: "Christine and the Queens. She's so unique. I love the way she performs and the way she writes. I think she'd be really fun to work with."

Fave songs: "Don't Kill My Vibe" by Sigrid, "Tastes Like Money" by Swimming Girls, "Archie, Marry Me" by Alvvays, "Perfect Places" by Lorde and "Saw You in a Dream" by The Japanese House.

Dream accomplishment: "The music industry is constantly changing so it's so hard to know what could happen, but I really just aim to create music that reflects who I am. I don't want to stay stuck in one box as an artist, so as long as I'm releasing music that reflects who I am at that period of time and that people are able to connect with it, I'll be very happy."

To keep up with everything Little Rêd, make sure to follow her on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

 

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