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Foxes drafts Captain Cuts for new collaboration

27 Aug

British singer/songwriter Louisa Rose Allen, known mononymously as Foxes, has drafted Captain Cuts for a new collaboration.

The LA-based songwriting and production team (composed of Ben Berger, Ryan McMahon and Ryan Rabin) are known for their works with Bebe Rexha (“I Got You”), The Chainsmokers (“Break Up Every Night”), Halsey (“Roman Holiday”), Sabrina Carpenter (“Two Young Hearts”) and Neon Trees (“Feels Good”).

Additionally, Captain Cuts’ current promotional single “Cocaina” – featuring Rich The Kid & Daniels – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Meanwhile, Foxes is expected to release her third studio collection, which serves as the follow-up to 2016’s “All I Need,” later this year via Sign of the Times in partnership with Sony Music Entertainment UK.

The still-untitled collection reportedly boasts additional alliances with Jim Eliot (Ellie Goulding), Laura Dockrill (Jessie Ware), Courage (Ray BLK), Jonny Harris (Ella Eyre), Max McElligott (Rita Ora), Linus Wiklund (Paloma Faith), Kid Harpoon (Denai Moore) and Starsmith (Jess Glynne).

Foxes teams with Courage for new collaboration

30 May

British singer/songwriter Louisa Allen, professionally known as Foxes, has teamed up with Courage for a new collaboration.

The UK record producer and songwriter, born Joseph Carson, previously collaborated with artists including Taya (“Looking For”), Ray BLK (“My Hood”), Lao Ra (“Wild at Heart”), Tara Carosielli (“Lunatic”), Amber Simone (“Let You Go”), Liv Dawson (“The Less You Know the Better) and JONES (“Limbo”).

His EP “Get Some Courage, Volume 1” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Meanwhile, Foxes is expected to release her third studio collection, which serves as the follow-up to 2016’s “All I Need,” later this year via Sign of the Times in partnership with Sony Music Entertainment UK.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers additional alliances with Starsmith (Mika), Kid Harpoon (Harry Styles), Jim Eliot (Kylie Minogue), Max McElligott (Craig David), Jonny Harris (Rudimental), Laura Dockrill (Jorja Smith), Captain Cuts (Halsey), Joe Janiak (Britney Spears), Tommy English (Noah Cyrus), Jaramye Daniels (Beyonce) and Christopher Baran (Melanie Martinez).

Stream “Get Some Courage, Volume 1” below.

Foxes teams with Starsmith for new collaboration

13 May

British singer/songwriter Louisa Allen, professionally known as Foxes, has teamed up with Starsmith for a new collaboration.

The multi-platinum selling songwriter, producer, remixer and DJ (born Finlay Dow-Smith) is known for helming Ellie Goulding’s “Starry Eyed,” Jess Glynne’s “Hold My Hand,” Kwabs’ “Fight for Love,” Ella Eyre’s “Don’t Follow Me,” Kylie Minogue’s “Put Your Hands Up,” Mika’s “Staring at the Sun,” Clean Bandit’s “Real Love,” Betty Who’s “Better,” and M.O’s “Preach.”

His extensive resume boasts further works with fellow producers and songwriters including Knox Brown, Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett, Talay Riley, Natalia Hajjara, Jonny Coffer, Ina Wroldsen, Jack Patterson, Lucy “Pawws” Taylor, Justin Parker, Al Shux, Joel Compass, Francis “Eg” White, Martin Terefe, Wayne Hector, Scott “Babydaddy” Hoffman, and Benny Benassi.

Meanwhile, Foxes is expected to release her third studio collection, which serves as the follow-up to 2016’s “All I Need,” later this year via Sign of the Times in partnership with Sony Music Entertainment UK.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers additional productions from Jim Eliot (Leona Lewis), Kid Harpoon (Harry Styles), Jonny “Ghostwriter” Harris (Ed Sheeran), Captain Cuts (Halsey), Joe Janiak (Snakehips), Tommy English (Adam Lambert) and Christopher “CJ” Baran (Melanie Martinez).

Stream “All I Need” below.

Foxes reunites with Kid Harpoon for new collaboration

28 Apr

British singer/songwriter Foxes – real name Louisa Allen – has reunited with Kid Harpoon for a new collaboration.

The pair previously teamed up on “Cruel,” “Shoot Me Down” and “Let Go for Tonight,” which was co-produced alongside Mike Spencer and Future Cut, and peaked to number seven on the UK Singles Chart.

Other notable songwriting and production credits by Harpoon – born Thomas Hull – include Eliza Doolittle’s “Missing Kissing,” Jessie Ware’s “Wildest Moments,” Lily Allen’s “Bass Like Home,” Christina Perri’s “Burning Gold,” HAIM’s “Days Are Gone,” Calvin Harris’ “Sweet Nothing,” Denai Moore’s “Absent,” and Florence & the Machine’s “What Kind of Man.”

Meanwhile, Foxes is expected to release her third studio collection and follow-up to 2016’s “All I Need” later this year via Sign of the Times / Epic Records.

The still-untitled project reportedly delivers additional alliances with Jim Eliot (Emeli Sande), Laura Dockrill (Jorja Smith), Chris Zane (St. Lucia), Jonny “Ghostwriter” Harris (Ed Sheeran), Kosuke Kasza (Holy Ghost!), Max McElligott (John Newman) and Linus Wiklund (David Guetta).

Listen to the audio clip for “Let Go for Tonight” below.

Laura Dockrill teases new collaboration with Foxes

7 Mar

Laura Dockrill has teased a new collaboration with Foxes.

“Having such a good day writing with the actual spirit animal @iamfoxes,” the British performance poet, short story author, and songwriter tweeted.

Dockrill’s songwriting resume boasts works with JONES (“Becoming”), Courage x Lao Ra (“Wild at Heart”), Jessie Ware (“Sweet Talk”), Anne-Marie (“Karate”), Blonde x Ryan Ashley (“Foolish”), Javeon (“Give Up”) MNEK (“More than a Miracle”), Dornik (“Drive”) and Joker x Jessie Ware (“The Vision”).

She has also teamed up with producers including Future Cut, Andrew “Pop” Wansel, JProof, FLIP, Bradford Ellis, Josh Record, Tourist, Julio Bashmore, Two Inch Punch, Felix Joseph, and Jacob Attwooll.

Meanwhile, Foxes – real name Louisa Allen – is expected to drop her third album – featuring further contributions from Jim Eliot and Jonny Harris – later this year via Sign of the Times / Epic / RCA Records.

The still-untitled project follows 2016’s “All I Need,” which peaked to number twelve on the UK Albums Chart and spawned singles “Body Talk,” “Feet Don’t Fail Me Now,” “Better Love,” “Amazing,” and “Cruel.”

Fans of Dockrill’s songwriting works, on the other hand, should keep an eye on the next releases by Ava Lily, DAKOTA, Betsy, Dua Lipa, Karen Harding, Jorja Smith, JONES, Fanny Anderson, Liv Dawson, and Anne-Marie.

Watch the music video for “Feet Don’t Fail Me Now” below.

Foxes unveils music video for new single “Cruel”

30 Apr

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Foxes has unveiled the music video for her new single online.

The British singer-songwriter posted the Olof Lindh-directed clip for “Cruel” to her Vevo channel on Friday (April 29, 2016).

“Cruel” was co-written by Kid Harpoon, whose other credits include Florence and the Machine’s “What Kind of Man” [Republic], Jessie Ware’s “Wildest Moments” [Island] and Christina Perri’s “Burning Gold” [Atlantic].

Production duties were handled by Mark Ralph, who is also behind AlunaGeorge’s “I’m in Control” [Island], Lion Babe’s “Where Do We Go” [Polydor] and Clean Bandit’s “Extraordinary [Atlantic].

Foxes’ latest studio collection “All I Need” – featuring previous singles “Body Talk,” “Better Love” and “Amazing” – is now available for download via iTunes in partnership with Epic Records (UK) and RCA Records (US).

Watch the music video for “Cruel” below.

Foxes shares acoustic performance of new song “Scar”

25 Feb

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Foxes has shared a new performance video online.

The British singer-songwriter – real name Louisa Allen – posted an acoustic rendition of “Scar” to her Vevo channel on Tuesday (February 23, 2016).

“Scar” was co-written by JP Saxe along with Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett (Foy Vance), Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds (Zendaya), Antonio “Tony” Dixon (Justin Bieber) and Khristopher Riddick-Tynes (Chris Brown).

Foxes’ latest studio collection “All I Need” – featuring singles “Body Talk,” “Feet Don’t Fail Me Now,” “Amazing” and “Better Love” – is now available for download via Epic Records (UK) and RCA Records (US).

Watch the acoustic performance of “Scar” below.