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Loud Luxury: These Nights (feat. Kiddo)

Melody and groove combine on a catchy EDM cut.

Loud Luxury: These Nights (feat. Kiddo)

By Kerry Doole

Loud Luxury: These Nights (feat. Kiddo) (Armada Music): The Canadian dance music duo comprising Andrew Fedyk and Joe De Pace are international hitmakers and Juno winners. Breakthrough smash Body is officially certified Diamond (10x Platinum) in Canada, multi-platinum in many other markets, and has accumulated over a billion plays across the most popular streaming services.


Follow-up tracks Love No More (with anders), and I’m Not Alright (with Bryce Vine) also broke big, so high hopes are now held for These Nights. The guest vocalist this time is platinum-selling Swedish vocalist Kiddo, a platinum-seller in her own right. It's a smart move to use guest vocalists with their own large audiences.

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In a label press release, Loud Luxury declare “We’re back. 2022 has been hands down the most fun year of our lives,. We are so fortunate to be doing what we love on the road every weekend and sharing that energy with the world. The course of this year has also been incredibly inspiring on the music side and the first result of that is These Nights with Kiddo. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did making it."

The track begins with a plea from Kiddo to "come closer to the music," and the nice mix of melody and groove will draw the listener in. At 2.24, the cut is short and sweet, though the accompanying video is a mite saccharine. The cut definitely has commercial potential though.

Loud Luxury recently played Zedd In The Park in LA, and had a sold-out show at The Brooklyn Mirage termed "the biggest of our career." More US dates are set for Chicago's Heatwave fest (July 17) and the Temple in San Francisco (July 22) and Las Vegas residency dates at Hakkasan, Omnia, Wet Republic, and Tao Beach Club continue.

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Publicity: Max Abergel, Sony Music Entertainment Canada 

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Allison Russell at an interview with iHeartRadio for Billboard Canada Women in Music on June 19, 2024
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Allison Russell at an interview with iHeartRadio for Billboard Canada Women in Music on June 19, 2024

Awards

Allison Russell, Charlotte Cardin, DijahSB Shortlisted for 2024 Polaris Music Prize

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