Foxes

Foxes

About Foxes

Foxes

Foxes

April 29, 1989

Place of Birth    :   Southampton, Hampshire, England, UK
Also Known As    :   Louisa Rose Allen

Foxes (also known as Louisa Rose Allen) is a British singer-songwriter, most known for her hit singles 'Youth', 'Let Go For Tonight', 'Holding Onto Heaven', 'Right Here', and 'Clarity' with Zedd for which she won a Grammy award. Foxes' debut album, 'Glorious', was released in May 2014 and debuted in the top 5 on the UK Albums Chart. In 2016, she released her second album, 'All I Need' which debuted at number 12 in the UK Album Chart, it was promoted by the singles 'Better Love', 'Amazing', 'Cruel', and the hit single 'Body Talk'. Foxes debuted the track during a one-day tour of seven UK cities that earned her an entry to the Guinness World Records for the title of "most live concerts in 12 hours in multiple cities". After a four-year hiatus from music, in May 2020, Foxes announced her return releasing the single 'Love Not Loving You', which served as the lead single for her second EP, 'Friends in the Corner', which was released on April 2021.