Ok, I’m not normally a fan of the autotune, but in the new song and video from Husky Loops titled ‘Let Go For Nothing’, it fits. Totally fits. And the rest of the song works around it with catchy pseudo-rasta hooks and poptastically rock-tinged beats. The track harkens back to a time when songwriting mattered and nothing was off limits creatively. With sounds, synths, keys, and guitar all culminating into a sheer good time from a band that knows how to have fun on the stage and project fun in the studio.

About Husky Loops
Husky Loops formed in 2015 by Danio Forni plus Tommaso Medica (bass) and Pietro Garrone (drums, samples) – all 20 something Italians from Bologna – they’ve already released three perfectly formed EPs (a self-titled debut, ‘EP2’ and ‘Spool’), toured with David Byrne, Sunflower Bean, The Kills, Placebo, Spoon and Black Honey, and had legendary photographer Rankin and equally legendary ballet dancer Sergei Polunin turn their track ‘Tempo’ into a unique visual art project.

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2018 was an incredible year for the London based, Italian adventurers. They signed to super-producer Danger Mouse’s label, 30th Century Records, had their track “Every Time I Run”, featured on the FIFA 19 Soundtrack alongside the likes of Gorillaz and Childish Gambino, played a plethora of live shows from their own headline tour to festivals including; The Great Escape, Latitude, BlueDot, Y Not and Liverpool Sound City Reading & Leeds.

With over 60 plays at BBC Radio 1 including two ‘Track of the Weeks’ for “20 Blanks” and “Girl Who Wants To Travel”, support from Annie Mac, Jack Saunders Mistajam, Huw Stephens, Abbey McCarthy, Phil Taggart and BBC Music Introducing plus a Huw Stephens Session Maida Vale, not to mention A listed at Amazing Radio and Amazing Radio Session and Xfm playlists for “Girl” and “20 Blanks”. Media support for Husky Loops comes by way of NME, Noisey, Nowness, The Line of Best Fit, DIY, Dork, CLASH, Wonderland, Earmilk, Record of the day and many more.