BOY LOCO's latest release sees Irish singer Flynn's distinctive voice, imbued with all the storytelling prowess of his Irish heritage, find its perfect pairing in Welsh virtuoso Tudor's multi-instrumental arrangements.

BOY LOCO, a musical collaboration born as the brainchild of both Irish singer-songwriter Flynn and Welsh multi-instrumentalist Tudor, have dropped their latest release, ‘Slow Dancing’ – an enchanting track that seamlessly merges Celtic influences with a modern flair.


Flynn – hailing from Mullingar, Ireland – has cultivated a name for himself thanks to his unique vocal style and songwriting, with a repertoire including tracks like ‘Bad Memories’ with Meduza and collaborations with industry giants like Lost Frequencies and Alle Farben. His partner in this musical journey, Tudor, brings a rich emotional depth to the project, his production talents evident in his extensive catalogue with over 250 million Spotify streams and collaborations with the likes of Diplo and Hayden James.


‘Slow Dancing’ is a tender offering – Flynn’s soulful vocals paired with Tudor’s instrumentation create a soundscape that transports listeners to a realm of loving devotion. With lyrics that speak to the heart and melodies that linger in the mind, this track is poised to become an anthem for those seeking solace in the arms of a loved one.


Even before it’s release, ‘Slow Dancing’ had already amassed over half a million likes via its TikTok teaser: with its irresistible blend of Celtic charm and contemporary cool, BOY LOCO is ready for us all to embrace the beauty of simplicity and celebrate the power of love in all its forms.

Listen to 'Slow Dancing' now: