Italy-born and London-based Husky Loops make charred, broken-down post-punk belters.
The band recently played a show as part of Clash Live @ Metropolis, a visceral, taut, uncompromising performance that exuded attitude and volume.
They've since gone back in the studio, aiming to nail their material, and challenge themselves at every turn.
New single 'Daft' is part of this, with the hip-hop influences backbeat set against a blackened, electronic-fused bass line.
Danio explains: “I wanted to write a song that talks two ways about being selfish something that shows both faces of the coin. I liked the idea of someone listening to the song and react to it in one or the other way. When I wrote the song I had to escape a situation I wasn’t happy with, but I also felt I wanted someone’s love only to make it mine.”
“Musically we wanted every instrument to sound like a sample, like loops and chopped sounds, but also we wanted to keep the live performance untouched.”
Matching the machine to the organic, 'Daft' is out on March 23rd but you can check it out below. Tune in now.
Catch Husky Loops at London's Corsica Studios on October 18th.
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