Louis the Child is a Chicago-based music duo consisting of Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett. They are best known for their singles, "It's Strange", "Weekend", and "Fire".   Robert David Hauldren was born on September 7, 1996 to David Gerard Hauldren (born March, 1964) and Julia Nel (Morrison) Hauldren (born December, 1965). His paternal grandfather was Lynn Hauldren. His father is of British, Irish, and German descent, and his mother is of German-Jewish, Austrian, Russian and Polish descent. He grew up in a family of musicians, artists, and athletes in Northfield, IL. He attended one academic year at the University of Southern California before opting to take a leave and further pursue music. Hauldren primarily DJed and made mashups under the alias Haul Pass throughout 2011. Frederic Judson Kennett was born on October 19, 1997 to Jon and Anne Kennett. He is of English, Scottish, Irish, Welsh, and German descent, his most recent immigrant ancestor being his great-great-grandfather John James (1870-1948), who was born in London. He focused on musical production under the alias Fatboy, while completing high school.Though both musicians were students at New Trier High School in Winnetka, IL (Hauldren in the class of 2015 and Kennett in the class of 2016), the two met at a Madeon concert.   Louis the Child started playing at small venues through 2013 and 2014. In 2015, the band rose in popularity with the release of their single "It's Strange". The single garnered praise from artists such as Taylor Swift, who added "It's Strange" as one of her "Songs that Will Make Life Awesome"and was featured on the FIFA 16 soundtrack.They later opened for artists such as Madeon and The Chainsmokers.The duo embarked on their own tour on October 17, 2015, starting in Chicago.   Since then, Louis the Child has performed at many major colleges and music festivals such as Washington State University, the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, Coachella,the Electric Forest Festival, Electric Zoo New York, Lollapalooza, Ultra Music Festival, Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival and Moonrise. In December 2016, Louis The Child joined force with Pell and created the band Pellican Child. A first single, "Turn Me Down", is released ahead of a six-track EP due for early 2017.Louis The Child was the opening act for the European leg of the Shelter Live Tour.   In 2017, the "Kings of 2017" showed that Love is indeed still Alive. The duo also headlined a 32 show tour with support from Joey Purp, Lauv, Louis Futon, Prince Fox, Ashe, Party Pupils, Point Point, and Win & Woo. During which they made various charitable contributions including playing a sold-out Thanksgiving show at the Aragon Ballroom in their hometown of Chicago. In late 2017, Louis the Child's song "Go" was featured in a TV commercial for the Apple iPad Pro.   In early 2018 they made an appearance at Lollapalooza South America. The festival took place in Chile, Argentina and Brazil. On April 10, 2018, the duo announced the release of their new single, "Better Not" featuring Australian singer, Wafia. As of October 2018, the track has garnered over 70 million streams on Spotify.   The duo's emergence continued in 2019 when it announced a performance at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre and a concert coinciding with the X Games.
  Louis the Child is a Chicago-based music duo consisting of Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett. They are best known for their singles, "It's Strange", "Weekend", and "Fire".   Robert David Hauldren was born on September 7, 1996 to David Gerard Hauldren (born March, 1964) and Julia Nel (Morrison) Hauldren (born December, 1965). His paternal grandfather was Lynn Hauldren. His father is of British, Irish, and German descent, and his mother is of German-Jewish, Austrian, Russian and Polish descent. He grew up in a family of musicians, artists, and athletes in Northfield, IL. He attended one academic year at the University of Southern California before opting to take a leave and further pursue music. Hauldren primarily DJed and made mashups under the alias Haul Pass throughout 2011. Frederic Judson Kennett was born on October 19, 1997 to Jon and Anne Kennett. He is of English, Scottish, Irish, Welsh, and German descent, his most recent immigrant ancestor being his great-great-grandfather John James (1870-1948), who was born in London. He focused on musical production under the alias Fatboy, while completing high school.Though both musicians were students at New Trier High School in Winnetka, IL (Hauldren in the class of 2015 and Kennett in the class of 2016), the two met at a Madeon concert.   Louis the Child started playing at small venues through 2013 and 2014. In 2015, the band rose in popularity with the release of their single "It's Strange". The single garnered praise from artists such as Taylor Swift, who added "It's Strange" as one of her "Songs that Will Make Life Awesome"and was featured on the FIFA 16 soundtrack.They later opened for artists such as Madeon and The Chainsmokers.The duo embarked on their own tour on October 17, 2015, starting in Chicago.   Since then, Louis the Child has performed at many major colleges and music festivals such as Washington State University, the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, Coachella,the Electric Forest Festival, Electric Zoo New York, Lollapalooza, Ultra Music Festival, Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival and Moonrise. In December 2016, Louis The Child joined force with Pell and created the band Pellican Child. A first single, "Turn Me Down", is released ahead of a six-track EP due for early 2017.Louis The Child was the opening act for the European leg of the Shelter Live Tour.   In 2017, the "Kings of 2017" showed that Love is indeed still Alive. The duo also headlined a 32 show tour with support from Joey Purp, Lauv, Louis Futon, Prince Fox, Ashe, Party Pupils, Point Point, and Win & Woo. During which they made various charitable contributions including playing a sold-out Thanksgiving show at the Aragon Ballroom in their hometown of Chicago. In late 2017, Louis the Child's song "Go" was featured in a TV commercial for the Apple iPad Pro.   In early 2018 they made an appearance at Lollapalooza South America. The festival took place in Chile, Argentina and Brazil. On April 10, 2018, the duo announced the release of their new single, "Better Not" featuring Australian singer, Wafia. As of October 2018, the track has garnered over 70 million streams on Spotify.   The duo's emergence continued in 2019 when it announced a performance at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre and a concert coinciding with the X Games.
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