• Muzik First


British singer-songwriter Louisa Rose Allen, aka Foxes, mainly known for her feature on the 2012 worldwide Zedd smash Clarity, is back with her new single Sister Ray... and the song is a major bop. Borrowing heavily from Robyn's wheelhouse, the dance track was written at the peak of the pandemic and longs for the time when we could go out all night and dance our worries away. The song is her first single since her second EP “Friends In The Corner”, which was released back in April, and wrote and recorded the song during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown. Foxes said of the song, “Hi Fox is here, and this is my brand new single Sister Ray, it was written at the height of lockdown. When I was craving a really, really wild night out with my friend. I remember writing it on Zoom, and bouncing off the ceiling, trying to imagine a line like that ever being possible again and just wanting to write some of them could just take me like. Sending lots of love to you all, and I hope you enjoy it.” She is best known for her feature on Zedd's 2012 single "Clarity", which peaked at number eight on the Billboard Hot 100 and won a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording. "Sister Ray" is also accompanied by news of Foxes' third album and first in over five years. "Kick It," written and recorded remotely during the pandemic is due for release on February 11. 2022 via [PIAS] Recordings.