FILOUS’ VIDEO FOR “SHADED IN” FEATURING JORDAN LÉSER PREMIERES TODAY VIA INTERVIEW

DEBUT EP DAWN OUT NOW

“Quite beautiful really. Filous is clearly a precocius talent—one to watch and all that.” —Noisey

“another chill house masterpiece”—Dancing Astronaut

“An audible interpretation of skying above majestic landscapes. It also has a distinct orchestral feel to its structure.” —My Old Kentucky Blog

“A pillowy electro-lullaby with a twist…a richness and warmth
usually absent from electronica.” —Idolator

“This young producer clearly has lots of potential…” —Indieshuffle

filous’ video for “Shaded In” featuring Jordan Léser premieres today via Interview. Watch the video here. “Shaded In” is taken from filous’ debut EP of original music, Dawn, out now on Good Life Music.

To celebrate the release, filous will tour the U.S. with RAC this fall, marking his first ever live performances. Dates include Los Angeles’ Shrine, New York’s Webster Hall, Brooklyn’s Warsaw, Washington, D.C.’s 9:30 Club and many more to be announced soon. Please see below for tour routing.

Dawn is filous’ first set of original music ever released, featuring five new tracks featuring James Hersey, ROBB, Jordan Léser and more. Get the EP here. filous recently debuted a new remix of Australian duo Hollow Coves’ “Heatwave,” stream it via SoundCloud here and download for free here.

Lead single “How Hard I Try” debuted at #3 on the Spotify Global Chart and has been streamed more than 14 million times since its release. Watch the video, premiered via Noisey, here.

filous rose to prominence with the release of several bootleg remixes tallying up a remarkable 70 million streams between them. With remixes including RAC’s “Tear You Down,” Jose Gonzales’ “Heartbeats” and Porter Robinson’s “Divinity,” filous has amassed seven Hype Machine #1 spots in a matter of months. His remix of Damien Jurado’s “Ohio” alone has 23 million streams.

Beginning his music education at the age of 10, filous taught himself to play the bass, guitar and piano before moving on to the harmonica, accordion, didgeridoo and many more—learned entirely from YouTube tutorials. At age 16 he created the moniker filous, meaning “rascal” in French, to release his remixes online. Breaking the mold of the traditional electronic artist, with the exception of the kick drum every instrument heard on the Dawn EP  was  played and recorded acoustically by filous himself.

For more information, please contact Carla Sacks or Reid Kutrow at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.

FILOUS LIVE
*with RAC and Big Data
‡with RAC


November 1 /// Detroit, MI /// Majestic Theatre*
November 2 /// Columbus, OH /// Newport Music Hall*
November 3 /// Toronto, ON /// Danforth Music Hall*
November 4 /// Boston, MA /// Royale*
November 6 /// New York, NY /// Webster Hall*
November 8 /// Brooklyn, NY /// Warsaw*
November 9 /// Philadelphia, PA /// Union Transfer*
November 10 /// Washington, DC /// 9:30 Club*
November 12 /// Minneapolis, MN /// Mill City Nights*
November 13 /// Chicago, IL /// Concord Music Hall*
November 15 /// Dallas, TX /// Granada Theater*
November 16 /// Austin, TX /// Emo’s*
November 18 /// Denver, CO /// Ogden Theatre*
November 20 /// Los Angeles, CA /// Shrine Expo Hall*
November 22 /// San Diego, CA /// The Observatory North Park‡
November 24 /// Seattle, WA /// Showbox*
November 25 /// Portland, OR /// Crystal Ballroom*
November 26 /// Vancouver, BC /// Commodore Ballroom‡