Music duo and Chicago natives Louis The Child reposition concert-going as more than just an elevated auditory experience—it’s about a full-body escapade set to their vibrant, electronic-steeped soundscapes. Fully realizing Louis The Child’s on-stage presence allows concertgoers to witness how the duo’s songs translate into the real world. That’s why HYPEBEAST recently caught up with Robby Hauldren and Frederic Kennett for their Terminal 5 performance in NYC. Armed with GoPro’s HERO8 Black and MAX cameras, we were able to completely capture the vibrancy they bring to the stage.
Stillness set over the venue right before the pair took the stage. The emptiness was quickly replaced by the energy of enthusiastic fans, as captured by HERO8 Black’s TimeWarp feature. HYPEBEAST weaved in and out of the crowd, watching the artists bounce around and interact with their audience, intently executing choreographed movements that were sure to make a lasting impression. And as we caught the action, footage from both GoPro cameras was sent directly to our phone to seamlessly review the shots. Even in the space’s low light, the full dynamism of the performance was vividly captured. The exclamation point on the whole evening happened as fans — with their hands stretched toward the sky — caught Louis The Child during a stage dive. With the duo gracefully floating above the audience, the GoPro MAX caught the whole vibe with 360 video and Max HyperSmooth visuals, truly eliciting an intense and intimate moment.
Whether you’re capturing your own favorite performance — as in the video above — or another dynamic event in your life, head to GoPro’s website to learn how its small yet power-packed devices can handle a multitude of situations.