Louis The Child Invite Naomi Wild And Couros On Sentimental ‘Here Comes A Feeling’

Few artists can claim to have crafted such a signature, inimitable and well-known sound as Louis The Child – a duo who have almost redefined the span of the genre of future bass. Their lush, spacious soundscapes and dynamic, ever-changing rhythms are innovative and irrevocably catchy.

A prime example of this comes in the form of their newest single, a collaboration with Naomi Wild and Couros on ‘Here Comes A Feeling’. It’s a sombre tune focusing on raw vocals and their innovative derivatives.

Opening boldly with a collection of vocal chops, slow and melancholy verses prelude similarly-sounding instrumental sections. A jazzy mix of layers of vocal chops, pads and chords is soon developed, giving way to some experimental rhythms in the latter part of the song.

Louis The Child describe this tune in a promo caption on Instagram as a ‘beat that felt experimental and like controlled chaos’. They conclude by saying it’s ‘one of [their] favorite songs they’ve ever made’ and we couldn’t agree more.

Give this tune a listen and find yourself transported to the mystical landscape depicted on the cover for this tune.

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