Louise Udin Has been creating music nearly all of her life. The Swedish born songstress first began her career studying at prestigious Rytmus (following in the footsteps of artists such as Tove Lo, Icona Pop and Robyn), where she first began writing her own songs.
Shortly after, she made the move to London (where she now resides) to study at BIMM. It was in London that she began to perform under the moniker LOUUD, showing her skills at venues like Under The Bridge, O2 Islington, 229 The Venue and Borderline. In 2017 she released her debut single, “Fools”, which found her Scandi-Pop vibes catchy early support from tastemakers around the blogosphere. Building upon her early success, LOUUD has recently released a new single, “Out of Love”, which helps to further develop her sound and cement her spot as an artist to watch. The smooth and emotional tune sees LOUUD delivering solid vocals on top of a chill, 80’s inspired, Synth Pop production. Rich textures fill the background while huge snares keep the rhythm and bright melodies support the vocals. Beyond the clean, dynamic production and beautifully crafted vocals, LOUDD makes sure there is also some meaning hidden inside.About the track she says, “I wrote this song about that moment when you’re finally over an ex after a bad breakup and how liberating that feeling is. It’s about self-love and knowing that you don’t need to stick around in a relationship if it’s not good for you. It’s quite a sassy pop song with a bit of attitude, which is a side to me that I’ve never really shown before, so that’s been fun! Even though it was written from my own experiences, I’m hoping that a lot of people will be able to relate to it.“