Five “Little Things” Covers To Listen To

One Direction took a different approach with their latest single “Little Things.” The Ed Sheeran penned track strips down the production and focuses on each member’s vocals. The fans seem to love the song and some even decided to put their own spin on the track. Here’s 5 of the best “Little Things” covers on YouTube.

1. Jedward

Twin brothers John and Edward Grimes embrace the stripped down feel of the song and go the acoustic route with guitar. Alternating vocals the twins give the track a life of its own.

2. Kevin Kaho Tsui

Kevin Kaho Tsui’s echoed vocals impress on this cover alongside finger picked guitar and powerful piano parts. In fact, his voice sounds so similar to some of the members of One Direction he could pass for the sixth member.

3. The Fergies

This group intrigues with their unique camera disappearing effects. Alternating vocals between each member as well as coming together to harmonize on the chorus, the band embraces more of a country vibe to the 1D track.

4. The Vamps

While this cover is pretty bare boned, you have to give one of the members credit for adopting the Harry Styles hairdo.

5. District3

While we’ve heard the acoustics in the bathroom is the best for singing, fellow X-Factor band District3 took that all into account when they piled into their bathroom to perform their 1D cover. Showcasing their falsetto and harmonies the band give a whole new meaning to singing in the shower.

-Annie Reuter, CBS Local


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