A New Chapter: Louis The Child Reborn as Rave Act In Electrifying Red Rocks Performance
Kiss goodbye to the old Louis The Child.
Long known for their bubbly dance-pop anthems, like the Taylor Swift-approved "It's Strange," the duo have now mutated into a full-blown rave act. It's like when the cuddly Minions transformed into the evil, fang-dripping purple monstrosities in Despicable Me.
But unlike the family-friendly comedy, there's nothing childish about Louis The Child's new direction.
After the duo's recent headlining performance at Colorado's iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre, it's clear the style that longtime fans are used to is gone, eighty-sixed in favor of one that foams at its mouth with rave energy. The honeyed xylophones and cutesy arpeggios that flutter through their distinct sound were dumped like sour milk and replaced by vein-popping bass and electro house music.