Louis The Child talk ‘To Believe’ EP, 2022 tour run [Q&A]

It’s been a momentous past few months for Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett of Louis The Child. In 2022 alone, the internationally acclaimed dance-pop duo achieved RIAA Gold certification on both 2015’s “It’s Strange” and 2016’s “The Weekend,” earned a coveted Platinum plaque for their WAFIA-assisted hit, “Better Not,” and performed for a jam-packed Outdoor Theater at both weekends of Coachella. And on April 22, Louis The Child officially dispatched their highly anticipated Euphoria follow-up, To Believe, via Interscope Records. After debuting their never-before-seen live show at Coachella, Hauldren and Kennett sat down with Dancing Astronaut for an interview before they embark on their 2022 tour run, to commence at AYU Dayclub in Las Vegas on April 30. Browse Louis The Child’s forthcoming tour dates here, and read the exclusive Q&A below.You guys threw up a billboard on the road to Coachella clarifying that you are, in fact, two individuals. Do you find that people still assume Louis The Child is a solo act?You’ve just released your latest EP, To Believe. Which are your personal favorite tracks on the project and why?How would you distinguish the new EP from Euphoria?You’re no strangers to performing at Coachella. What most excited you about playing the Outdoor Theater this year?What shows are you most looking forward to as part of your 2022 tour run?How would you say Louis The Child’s sound has developed since your debut in 2015?What are your thoughts on the current electronic music scene?Who would you love to collaborate with at this point in your careers?Featured image: Greg NoireTags: , , , , , , , , ,
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