Italian trio Husky Loops have shared a brand new single which points to a new direction, and shows Husky Loops explore new horizons with their sound.
‘When I Come Home’ is less vicious, with the elimination of the pounding bass that can be heard on trucks such as ‘Secret Matilda’, ‘Tempo’ and ‘Dead’. Instead, the band offer a similar, melodic approach that they possessed on their single ‘Girl Who Wants To Travel The World’, and with a more guitar led groove to the track.
This progression is beneficial, they are expanding their sound and developing some truly exciting material with experimentations of sampling, harmonies, and groove. They really have cemented themselves as one of the most exciting, and prosperous new bands around.
Husky Loops development in sound shows their progression, even at such an early stage in their careers. With multiple singles, two EP’s of exciting material, 2018 is looking bright for this band.
You can listen to ‘When I Come Home’ here:
Husky Loops are about to embark on a UK tour later this month, dates and tickets can be found below:
16/02 – Leadmill, Sheffield, UK – http://bit.ly/2zGLGXJ
17/02 – Sound Basement, Liverpool, UK – http://bit.ly/2iEIJf9
18/02 – Crofters Rights, Bristol, UK –http://bit.ly/2jaKh4k
20/02 – The Lexington, London, UK – http://bit.ly/2zXQB3b
21/02 – Porter’s, Cardiff, UK – FREE ENTRY – NO LINK
22/02 – The Flapper, Birmingham, UK – http://bit.ly/2znHNpH
23/02 – Deaf Institute, Manchester, UK – http://bit.ly/2iFZ2YX
24/02 – The Garage (Attic bar), Glasgow, UK – http://bit.ly/2yImzU0
26/02 – Think Tank, Newcastle, UK – http://bit.ly/2AtvQwA
27/02 – The Chapel, Leeds, UK – http://bit.ly/2zrQX23
28/02 – Joiners, Southampton, UK – http://bit.ly/2G0DlxV
01/03 – The Cellar, Oxford, UK – http://bit.ly/2DWTEOV
Featured image courtesy of Husky Loops, words by Piran Aston (Twitter – PiranAston_)