Louis The Child and Foster The People release kaleidoscopic powerhouse collab, ‘Every Color’
Louis The Child is inching towards their imminent forthcoming debut album. With recent releases, including “Free” with Drew Love and “Don’t Mind,” the duo surprised fans a few days ago with the announcement of their powerhouse collaboration with Foster The People. Now that kaleidoscopic single comes to fruition in “Every Color,” which also doubles as Louis The Child’s second single of the year and their biggest release to date.
The crossover electronic tune is the perfect marriage of each band’s styles—vibrant, bright, and colorful while retaining an upbeat psychedelic pop feel. Makes sense considering how “Every Color” was co-written by Louis the Child’s Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett and Foster the People frontman Mark Foster. The energetic tune is perfect for festival main stages with it’s synth-led indie feel, which sparkle beneath Foster The People’s defining vocal hook.
Louis the Child will head out on their Here for Now tour, which kicks off April 10-11 in Berkeley, California. The tour features an array of guest artists, including Big Wild, Jai Wolf, K.Flay, San Holo, What So Not, Crooked Colours, EVAN GIIA, ilo ilo, MEMBA, and slenderbodies.
The single is also accompanied by a video visualizer with animation by Nate Mohler and Adam Knauer. Check out both below.
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