Loud Luxury & CID Offer New Single “Nights Like This” Today

Loud Luxury are more than accustomed to striking the iron while it’s hot and they showed as much as they released the second single of their forthcoming EP Nights Like This. Sharing its name both with the upcoming EP and the Canadian duo’s past live tour, “Nights Like This” includes the trademark touches of New York City’s GRAMMY award-winning DJ/producer CID and perfectly sets the tone for the two remaining singles of the EP which are set to drop between now and the EP’s full release on March 27.

Listen to Loud Luxury x CID – Nights Like This

Released in the wake of their recent single “Cold Feet,” “Nights Like This” is the first-ever crossbreed masterpiece between the Canadian stars and the American GRAMMY winner. Steeped in pop appeal, infectious top lines and dance-floor-tailored grooves, the record brings with it a natural effervescence tailored to dance music today.

“We’re very good friends with Carlos Cid, and one day we said we should make a record together”, explains Loud Luxury’s Joe De Pace. “We worked with Carlos on the track and then he met us on our bus tour, so we actually made part of it on the tour bus.”

“What was funny about that,” adds Andrew Fedyk, “…was that that was the last song for the EP, and we wrote that song around the theme of ‘Nights Like This’ because we knew that’s what we wanted to make the tour and the EP about. We were looking for something that touched on that theme and helped to create that world.”

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