Louis The Child Collaborate With Njomza And Daniel Allan On New Single “Falling,”

Out Today Via Interscope Records

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Louis The Child Collaborate On New Single “Falling”

Louis The Child – the acclaimed production duo that has charted over 20 hits on Billboard’s Hot Dance/Electronic Songs tally and amassed nearly two billion combined career streams—team up with fellow Chicago native NJOMZA and Los Angeles-based producer Daniel Allan on the new single “Falling.” Released today by Interscope Records, the producers set the stage for a dreamy summer romance with lush, glistening, glitchy sonics as NJOMZA’s mesmerizing vocals capture elation and heartbreak. Listen Here. View the visualizer Here.

 

“Falling” is the latest preview of Louis The Child’s forthcoming sophomore album and the follow-up to their early 2024 hit “I’m Not Giving Up” (with MEMBA), which ThisSongSlaps hailed as “a whimsical future bass beauty that has an undeniable anthemic quality to it that has made it a true fan favorite…”

NJOMZA, who collaborated with Louis The Child on 2023’s “Over You,” explains, “‘Falling’ is about letting your guard down and being vulnerable enough to fully let yourself fall in love and give it your all, regardless of what the outcome may be.”

Louis The Child recalls, “We have this thing we love to do when we make music with NJOMZA. We’ll write a song super slow based on some emotional chords, then strip the production, speed the whole song up, and reproduce with the song in mind. This was originally written at 128 bpm and sounded like a slow ballad, nothing like what you hear now. We loved the songwriting, and when we got together with Daniel Allan, we played it for him and it was like ‘Oh for sure let’s do this.’”

Daniel Allen adds, “Working on ‘Falling’ with Louis The Child and NJOMZA was such a full-circle moment for me. I discovered LTC’s music when I was a freshman in college and when I eventually moved to Los Angeles a few years later, their album Here For Now was the soundtrack to my cross-country road trip. So naturally, when I and the boys had our first session together and they said they wanted to return to their roots in electronic music—I knew exactly what they were referring to. ‘Falling’ is a 2016 SoundCloud record recontextualized with more modern production. It’s an honor to be on a record with both LTC and NJOMZA!”

About Louis The Child

Louis The Child floats through electronic, pop, and alternative with wide-eyed wonder, adventurous spirit, and the elation of being present. Since 2013, the Chicago-bred duo—Freddy Kennett and Robby Hauldren—have popped

off as a phenomenon garnering over 1.9 billion streams worldwide and being endorsed by pop royalty such as Taylor Swift and Lorde. Not to mention, they earned acclaim from BillboardRolling Stone, People, Hypebeast, Dancing Astronaut, and more, and their hit single “Better Not” (with Wafia) is officially certified Platinum by the RIAA. Following the duo’s 2020 debut album Here For Now and their 2020 mixtape Candy 2, Louis The Child marked 2021 the Euphoria Era during which they released their Euphoria EP.

In 2022, Louis The Child unveiled their project Black Marble, a 17-track instrumental tape that explores the duo’s clubbier sensibilities, functions as a seamless DJ set, and is accompanied by film noir-inspired visuals. In 2023, Louis The Child delivered a slew of incredible singles including “Daybreak” (with Zachary Knowles), “Walls” (with Claire Rosinkranz), “How High” and “Stay With Me” (with Absolutely), and secured a residency at the Resorts World in Las Vegas, which they will be continuing in 2024. This year will bring tons of new music and live shows from Louis The Child, as they continue to prove themselves as one of the most exciting acts in dance music.

Louis The Child Collaborate On New Single “Falling”

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