Saint Lewis & Kennyflowers have dropped their catchy collaboration ‘Fuckboy’

Combining their show-stopping musical abilities and their penchant for pushing boundaries multi-instrumentalist, artist, composer, producer, and engineer Saint Lewis of Illinois, and Chicago native singer-songwriter and producer Kennyflowers have delivered catchy, groovy new track ‘Fuckboy.’

Produced by Saint Lewis (aka Brandon Schneider), the track showcases his roots in electronic music while simultaneously establishing his genre-hopping range of influences. Fresh yet consistent, Saint Lewis’ collaboration with the self-taught Kennyflowers has resulted in a track that combines raw, untainted energy with a refined sonic prowess.

While Kennyflowers owes his love for music to his family and his stints at local talent shows, Saint Lewis’ music has taken inspiration from the likes of Flume, Childish Gambino, Mura Masa, and Slowthai. But despite their contrasting approaches to music, they are headed in the same direction ; towards becoming the best musicians they can be.

The track is one that screams an uncaring confidence that urges people to accept their flaws but not hate them. Discussing the very frank message behind ‘Fuckboy’, the artists describe it as “Admitting our mistakes but not regretting them in melodic way.”  

Having caught the complete attention of the local scene of music lovers with this nonchalant message, there’s much more honest music in store from both rising talents.

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