Hailing from the heart of small-town Oklahoma, Gwyn Love has always felt a calling beyond the confines of their upbringing. Now, breaking boundaries as the first American artist signed to Vancouver-based 604 Records, they stand ready to make their mark on the global music scene. Gwyn Love's musical journey over the past decade has been nothing short of transformative, blending a punk mentality with an electronic-pop vibe that's uniquely their own.
On the other side of this electrifying collaboration stands La+ch, a multi-platinum producer and composer celebrated for his work with artists like Coleman Hell. Perhaps his most iconic achievement to date is the genre-defying hit "2 Heads," which has achieved the remarkable feat of being certified 4x Platinum in Canada and Gold in the US. Beyond his notable collaboration with Coleman Hell, La+ch has consistently delivered his production prowess to a diverse range of artists.
Now, the dynamic pairing of Gwyn Love and La+ch brings us "die a little less," a track that dives into the depths of depression and the unwavering support of loved ones during those challenging times. Gwyn Love's heartfelt lyrics resonate with anyone who has grappled with mental illness, emphasizing that it's a persistent battle, but one that can be fought with the help of those who bring hope even in the darkest moments.
Gwyn's lyrics transcend the boundaries of genre, serving as a testament to the fluidity of human emotions, the trials we face, and the unique experience of coming of age in the digital age. "die a little less" is more than just a song; it's a heartfelt expression of the struggles and triumphs that define the human experience in the 21st century. Together, Gwyn Love and La+ch craft a musical narrative that resonates deeply with listeners, reminding us all that even in our darkest moments, there is a glimmer of hope to hold onto.