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Husky Loops Share New Single When I Come Home

Thursday, 08 February 2018 Written by Helen Payne

Husky Loops have shared a new single.

When I Come Home, which was produced by Tommaso Colliva, is the first material from the London trio since their sophomore EP last year. Speaking about it, the band's Pier Danio Forni said:

When I Come Home is a song about relationships. The lyrics can be seen as quite generic but in fact they're intended to talk to everyone and they don’t refer to anyone specific. There are many things we don’t say to partners, relatives or friends we truly love. Eventually we all go home and misunderstand each other, but we all need that one person that personifies security and deep affection.

As a band we don’t want to stop changing and experimenting and for these reasons this song felt right to start with in 2018. Hopefully you’ll wonder good things while dancing with a little tear in your eye."

Husky Loops will tour the UK this month, including a headline London show at The Lexington on February 20. 

Check out the new track, artwork and tour dates below.

Husky Loops Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri February 16 2018 - SHEFFIELD Leadmill
Sat February 17 2018 - LIVERPOOL Sound Food and Drink
Sun February 18 2018 - BRISTOL Crofters Rights
Tue February 20 2018 - LONDON Lexington
Wed February 21 2018 - CARDIFF Clwb Ifor Bach
Thu February 22 2018 - BIRMINGHAM Flapper
Fri February 23 2018 - MANCHESTER Manchester The Deaf Institute
Sat February 24 2018 - GLASGOW Glasgow Garage
Mon February 26 2018 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Think Tank?
Tue February 27 2018 - LEEDS Chapel
Wed February 28 2018 - SOUTHAMPTON Joiners
Thu March 01 2018 - OXFORD Cellar

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