Husky Loops Is A UK Trio That Makes Art Rock Out Of Pseudo Music

It’s complicated

Photo: Husky Loops Facebook

UK trio Husky Loops may vaguely fall into the category of ‘art rock’ and as much as we love to satisfy our anal fixation to give certain ‘genres’ or ‘categories’ to sound, Husky Loops is quite complicated. Their latest EP, Ep2, stirs a lot of ambivalent emotions that you even forget how un-creative the title itself is. Take the opener “Girl Who Wants To Travel The World” – it sounds like auto-tune that has been split with some rhythmic trimmings of rock/pop. You don’t love it, but you can’t stop listening to it. And it starts growing on you. Just listen:

Husky Loops are comprised of Pier Danio Forni, Pietro Garrone, and Tommaso Medica who are currently based in London. They released Ep2 back in October 6 of last year and have been receiving praises from the press for their avant-garde sound. The trio will start touring starting February:

2/16 – The Leadmill (Sheffield, UK)

2/17 – Sound Food & Drink (Liverpool, UK)

2/18 – The Crofters Rights (Bristol, UK)

2/20 – The Lexington (London, UK)

2/21 – Porter’s (Cardiff, UK)

2/22 – Sunflower Lounge (Birmingham, UK)

2/23 – The Deaf Institute (Manchester, UK)

2/24 – The Attic Bar (Glasgow, UK)

2/26 – Think Tank? (Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK)

2/27 – Chapel (Leeds, UK)

2/28 – The Joiners (Southampton, UK)