2017 is slowly coming to an end, and what a year it’s been for Husky Loops, an up-and-coming art-rock band featuring LCCM alumni Danio Forni. This week they joined BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens in the Maida Vale studios for a live session and interview, where they chatted about everything from guitars to their next career moves.
The first half of the session is now available on the BBC Radio 1 website, you can listen to it here.
The band said they’re wrapping up the year by working on a new single. When asked by Huw whether they’ll be releasing an album anytime soon, they replied that EPs were more of their focus at the time being, since the album format is becoming less and less popular nowadays.
After that, Husky Loops’ focus will be preparing for their upcoming UK tour in February, 2018. That, and a well-earned rest over Christmas. A post on their Facebook page summed up their very eventful 2017:
“This year we played 72 shows, released two EPs, toured with Placebo, The Kills and Spoon. Our first European headline tour just ended and finishing it off with a massive crowd in our hometown was an amazing surprise.”
Well done Husky Loops, and here’s to a brilliant 2018!