by Thomas Bedward June 07, 2021
After COVID hit and the world went into lockdown, Gary Louca had to sadly shelve his latest album under the Deltiimo moniker. It was a big loss for the many fans that had been holding out for his dance-pop anthology, but thankfully, after some convincing from his family, he’s back with his biggest single to date.
Titled ‘Love Sometimes It Hurts’, the new single was originally written and recorded way back in 2019, and it was set to be the closing number on the album, but fate had other ideas. After sitting idle for years, it was Gary’s granddaughters that eventually persuaded him to keep working on the track, and now, after a lot of hard work and motivation, it's finally arrived alongside a fun music video and a brand-new Deep House remix.
Balancing a gorgeous dynamic that emerges from the mixed English and Spanish vocals, ‘Love Sometimes It Hurts’ is utterly flawless, and it’s all thanks to the talents of Gary and his long-time collaborator, Bradon Grobler. Packed with some bold, sun-kissed Summer vibes and a driving melody that never fails to excite, the song has quickly become one of Deltiimo’s biggest hits, earning numerous covers as well as becoming a global sensation on TikTok, with dancers lip-syncing and moving their bodies to the captivating synths and dynamic beat drops.
Featuring emotive lyrics and some classic Deltiimo style, ‘Love Sometimes It Hurts’ is available now on all major platforms, along with the fun DIY video that has already garnered over 62,000 views since its release on April 11th.
A global sensation that just keeps on building, ‘Love Sometimes It Hurts’ is a welcome return from Deltiimo, and proof that you should never give up on your dreams.
Tune in to the new single today and make sure you follow Gary and Deltiimo on social media so you can keep up to date with all his new work.
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