Out of Hiatus, Into Greatness: EnnieLoud’s ‘Out of Danger

EnnieLoud is a trip-hop band from London, and this year they are back with the release of their single “Out of Danger” which is an amazing and meaningful comeback. On this track, which was written by the band’s frontwoman Cassandra Raffaele, the band manages to combine effortlessly the trip-hop and the electronic music, creating a chillingly beautiful atmosphere.

“‘Out of Danger’ is a minimalistic masterpiece which is a mix of gentle textures, noisy percussion, and broad effects, leading to an engrossing sound experience. Raffaele’s soulfully delivered lyrics are very important and make you feel that you are not alone; he does a great job with cathartic performance that is at the same time intimate and powerful. In this song, lyrics explain the subtle connections between lovers and the feeling of being out of danger after being close to uncertainty emotions. The music’s ambient sound, together with Raffaele’s expressive voice, offers a song that will bring peace of mind while touching sensitive emotions.

The single is a manifestation of a free-creative Ennieloud’s who connects with their fans in a unique way. Such music project is not only their comeback but also, symbolize their status as innovators of the modern alt-soul and trip-hop genre. It is a track that is designed to leave a mark deep within the heart of the listeners, thus making them looking forward to the audio exploration of the duo in their journey of music.

In this exclusive interview, we will find out EnnieLoud’s inspirations, their creative process, and the path to the creation of ” Out of Danger. ” We will also talk about the artist behind the music and what the future holds for EnnieLoud’.

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What is your stage name

Is there a story behind your stage name?
Yes there is. Cassandra: It all started by me. I had already a solo project but I was looking for something different. I had so much music inside me that just wanted to come out and make some noise. I wanted to express certain sounds, atmospheres, and dimensions that I hadn’t been able to before.

And that’s where the “loud” part comes from – that desire to make some noise and let it all out. And with the help of the amazing guys in the band, I was able to bring that “noise” to life. And that’s how ENNIELOUD came to be.

Where do you find inspiration?
We got artists from all different backgrounds, coming together and vibing off each other’s styles and inspirations. I mean, we’ve got electro beats represented by BeeOff mixing with my world full of blues and soul. Lauryn Hill, Aretha Franklin are my muses as well as Goldfrapp, but I am crazy for Moby and the UK trip hop scene. Our inspiration sounds topped off with some pretty cool chilled atmosphere and electro-escape guitars, that’s Ross part.

What was the role of music in the early years of your life?
Cassandra: Music is my life, ever since I was born, it has been always a part of me. My toys were my dad’s instruments. I feel music like something so familiar. Now, I feel it like an anatomic part of me. I cannot exclude her from what I am.

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Music is my life, ever since I was born, it has been always a part of me. My toys were my dad’s instruments

Are you from a musical or artistic family?
Cassandra: Yes I am. My dad is a drummer and composer. I have grown watching him playing on the stages and recording session in the studios.

Who inspired you to be a part of the music industry?
We have met a lot of people and artists who inspired us, but the London music scene ispired us above all. Cassandra: Just being in that environment, surrounded by other talented artists, constantly exposed to different sounds and styles of music, has been such a source of inspiration for us.

It’s like a big melting pot of creativity and we always come out feeling re-energized and re-inspired. But more than that, it’s the community aspect that really inspires us. We love being able to collaborate with other musicians, share our love for music, and push each other to be better. It’s all about living and breathing music together.

Furthermore, one of the most important people has been Chris, from The Lost in the manor. He gave us a lot of suggestions and taught us how to better what we did and we do with music.

How did you learn to sing/write/to play?
Cassandra: It’s something natural. I studied music anyway and I have learnt playing instruments to express what come easily from the deep part of me. Beeoff studied at the Sae Institute of London, he is a sound engineer, Ross studied music, guitar, drum and bass. He is also a music teacher.

How could you describe your music?
it’s a mix : alt soul and trip hop, with some teardrops of bluesy and jazzy mood. That’s Cassandra’s fault.

Describe your creative process.
It is various. Sometimes, we start from a loop, or from a verse.
About Out of danger, it all started with a sick loop our guitarist came up with. We couldn’t get it out of our heads and knew we had to build a song around it. So, we took that loop and added some dope synth on top of it. Then, the lyrics. Cassandra wrote this one on the fly, from the heart.

What is your main inspiration?
A lots, musically you know, we are a band of 3 people with different backgrounds as told you. Cassandra: personally, life and people stories are the main sources of my inspiration on my songs.

What musician do you admire most and why?
We love St Vincent, Alison Goldfrapp, Lauryn Hill (iconic) and Brittany from Alabam Shakes,Celeste, as well the electronic music scene from Berlin.

Did your style evolve since the beginning of your career?
Yes, it evolved, I mean, it is something peculiar for a musician. Cassandra: Like biology, the evolution is a natural process you can apply to everything, if you want to resist against the extinction.

Who do you see as your main competitor?
BeeOff: We do not feel music as a competition, but as an opportunity to share ideas, art.

What are your interests outside of music?
Ross: I am a basket coach; Cassandra: I love street dancing, BeeOff: trekking

If it wasn’t a music career, what would you be doing?
We don’t know. Cassandra: I would need to live another life to answer you, so personally I do not know. Usually, I do not think what I would be doing, but I prefer to think what I am doing.

What is the biggest problem you have encountered in the journey of music?
Reaching people.


If you could change one thing in the music industry, what would it be?
It is really complex to give you an answer because the music industry is complex too, it changes contantly. I can tell you what I hope never will be changing: the fire of creativity, curiosity for exploring new sounds, love for producing art, against the superficiality of the algorithmsWhy did you choose this as the title of this project?

If you look at the world now, we are definitely not “out of danger”, considering wars, atomic war threat. So, our song is without doubt, a message of hope. Love will care people.

What are your plans for the coming months?
Producing and sharing music. Trying to reach new people with our music.

Do you have any artistic collaboration plans
Yes, we have it. Stay tuned!

What message would you like to give to your fans?
This song is our comeback and we wanted it to be raw and honest. We wanted to connect with you on a deeper level. Stay with us! Be part of the journey.

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My name is Mister Styx and I'm a music blogger and an HVAC Engineer. I'm passionate about all kinds of music, from rock to hip-hop, Jazz, and Reggae as a matter of fact I am always eager to hear new sounds as music has no barrier, and I'm always looking for new sounds to explore. Hop on lets go fetch for some new sounds!

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