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1 OCTOBER 2021 (TORONTO, ON) - Today, Chicago-bred production duo, Louis The Child, release their brand-new single entitled “Hole In My Heart” with viral sensation and 19-year-old emerging singer-songwriter and producer, Livingston. Louis The Child’s dynamic production perfectly complements Livingston’s soulful pop vocals, making for an undeniably anthemic track. “Hole In My Heart” with Livingston is available now at all digital retail providers via Interscope Records/Universal Music Canada, the country's leading music company.


Louis The Child says about the track, “This song was one of our favourites to play every night on tour and we’re so happy with how Livingston sounds on it. He’s got one of those voices that just captivates you. He’s a really special human and we’re so happy to finally share this song with you.”


 Listen to "Hole In My Heart" HERE


In addition, Louis The Child’s highly-anticipated Euphoria EP is set for release on October 15th and comes fresh off the heels of their recently wrapped North American headlining Euphoria Tour. The release of the project will also coincide with the start of their residency at the new Resorts World in Las Vegas. The Euphoria EP will include previously released singles “hate u cuz i don’t” Featuring Bea Miller (Click HERE to watch), “So What” Featuring A R I Z O N A (Click HERE to watch), “Keep On Moving” with NEZ & Theophilus London (Click HERE to watch), as well as “Hole In My Heart” with Livingston, and more.


About Louis The Child

Louis The Child float 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 streamed over 1.2 billion streams worldwide and endorsed by pop royalty such as Taylor Swift and Lorde. Along the way, the boys packed hallowed venues such as Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO and New York’s Terminal 5 where they sold out a three-night stand. In addition, Louis The Child made explosive appearances at Coachella, Lallapalooza, Bonnaroo, Electric Forest, and beyond. Not to mention, they garnered acclaim from BillboardRolling StonePeople MagazineHypebeastDancing Astronaut, covered the Summer 2020 Issue of DJ Times, and more. In 2020, they unveiled their full-length debut the aptly titled Here For Now [Interscope]. Over the course of the record, the group deliver 14 anthemic affirmations of a universal truth, including “Every Color” with Foster The People, “Little Things” with Quin XCII and Chelsea Cutler, and the single “Big Love” with EARTHGANG, which was the 2021 Turner Sports March Madness theme song. Later in 2020, the pair released the Candy 2 album, a 19-track mixtape that follows the original Candy tape they released exclusively on Soundcloud in 2017. They also dropped two additional singles, “Self-Care” Feat. COIN, which has racked up over 20 Million global streams and “Somewhere Else” with BabyJake. 2021 marks the Euphoria era for Louis The Child, during which they will be releasing a number of tracks leading into the Euphoria project including their previous singles “So What” Feat. A R I Z O N A, which has now amassed 13.8 million global streams while the official video has had over 194K views (Click HERE to watch), “Keep On Moving” Feat. NEZ and Theophilus London, which was one of their first collaborations in the hip-hop sphere, and “hate u cuz i don’t” Featuring Bea Miller, which has over 2.6 million streams on Spotify alone and over 662K video views (Click HERE to watch). In addition to new music, the guys just wrapped up their North American headlining Euphoria Tour. 


About Livingston

Growing up in Denton, Texas, Livingston was faced with bullying, anxiety, and relentless self-doubt. Throughout his childhood, he struggled to fit in and faced a constant battle to find his place in the world – finally finding the connection and understanding he sought when he poured his feelings of loneliness, isolation, and inadequacy into song. Drawing inspiration from a wide range of artists in pop, hip hop and film scores, the 19-year-old self-taught singer, songwriter, producer and engineer combines instantly memorable melodies with sweeping orchestral compositions and is first and foremost driven by honest storytelling. His debut EP Lighthouse earned Livingston the title of “pop star in the making” from Ones To Watch and cemented his status as an artist on the rise – racking up over 40 million streams on DSPs and nearly 2 million followers on Tik Tok – all in less than a year. On its heels, Livingston returned this spring with new EP, An Unlikely Origin Story, undoubtedly his most fully realized and accomplished work yet.




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