Pop Artist Louis Torre Releases Newest Single ‘Catch Me If You Can’

New York artist Louis Torre’s highly anticipated single, ‘Catch Me If You Can’ was released earlier this year, along with a very eye-catching video.

Louis’ self-titled debut EP came out in October last year, and has so far garnered over 10,000 streams on Spotify and 200K views on YouTube. He’s also gained support from the likes of RayBLK and BBC Radio.

Torre takes his inspiration from contemporary pop artists such as Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, and Justin Bieber, and as a result, ‘Catch Me If You Can’ is a bona fide party hit. Written by Louis, the track was created to show that he’s finally making the music he wants to make, without anyone standing in his way. Louis has spent much of his early career recording covers and establishing a solid fan base, and is now ready to show the world just what he can do.

The video is shot in and around Los Angeles, taking in some beautiful scenery around Santa Monica and the downtown area,  with Louis driving around in a top-down red convertible, and dancing on the beach showing off his moves. Directed by Colter Johnson, it’s more a mini-movie than a video clip, and is a brilliant showcase of Louis’ songwriting and charisma.

You can find out more about Louis Torres online on his official website, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Soundcloud. ‘Catch Me If You Can’ is available to download from iTunes and stream on Apple Music.

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Lisa loves all good music, with particular fondness for Jedward and David Bowie. She's interviewed Edward Grimes (Jedward), Kevin Godley, Trevor Horn, Paul Young, Peter Cox (Go West), Brendan B Brown (Wheatus), Bruce Foxton (The Jam), among many many more. Lisa is also available for freelance writing - please email lisa@essentiallypop.com

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