We were instantly beguiled and seduced by ‘Nothing But A Heartbeat’, the new single from Swede/Aussie sibling duo Say Lou Lou, which dropped at retailers last Friday.
Even though it’s only the second week of February, we suspect the song is already in the running to be one of our favourite pop moments of 2015 (listen to it HERE).
As such, we couldn’t resist the temptation to shoot off a few questions to the girls for what’s our first Q&A of 2015.
Q. We guess that with both your parents in the business, there was never an option for you two but to follow them into a career in music? Was it always in your blood growing up?
A. You could definitely say it’s in our blood, it was around us our whole childhood. But for ages we didn’t want to be in the music biz at all, we wanted to do anything but be like our parents when we were teenagers. But then it kind of crept up on us and now we’re repeating history..
Q. When did you have your first family jam session?
Q. What’s the best advice your folks have served up about the business?
Q. How did the name ‘Say Lou Lou’ come about?
Q. How did you go about developing your sound as your own artists?
Q. Has there been a particular moment along the journey when you thought that this little ride of yours was going to turn out just fine?
Q. Tell us about your sublime new single ‘Nothing But A Heartbeat’ and how that came about.
Q. It’s incredibly sexy, beautifully produced and commercial in its appeal. Do you think that this is the song that will help you cross over into the mainstream?
Q. Is commercial success something you both covet?
Q. So tell us a little bit about this upcoming debut album of yours and what we can expect from it?
Q. Who have you worked with on the LP?
Q. You’re developing a big following quite quickly. How do you go about crafting an album that will satisfy both their expectations – and, we guess, your own?
Q. And what are you hopes for it commercially?
Q. When might we be treated to some live shows, please?
The girls’ debut album ‘Lucid Dreaming’ will be released on Friday April 10.