Louis The Child Called on Their Fans to Name Their Bouncy New Anthem, “How High”: Listen
Crowdsourced song titles are definitely the new wave.
Louis The Child are celebrating the release of one of their most requested unreleased tracks, which prominently samples "Jump to It," a song released in 1982 by the legendary Aretha Franklin. The twist? They called on their fans to name it.
When trying to figure out how to title the song, the duo asked for help from those who know their music the best before landing on the overwhelming favorite, "How High." And we must say, it's a fitting name for the bouncy track, which boasts a euphoric drop where blissed-out synths flutter atop a thick low end.
Next month, Louis The Child will host the second edition of their curated "Alter Ego "event at the Brooklyn Mirage, where they'll go B2B with What So Not. The show is also slated to feature performances from JOYRYDE, Snakehips, Pauline Herr and The Knocks, among others.
You can listen to "How High" below and find the new track on streaming platforms here.[embed]https://youtube.com/watch?v=N3nfZ4iC5Uk[/embed]