Having received critical acclaim from the likes of Zane Lowe, Daniel P Carter, NME, The Line Of Best Fit, Clash, DIY and with a string of renowned live shows supporting the likes of The Rolling Stones and Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes in their wake, Loom have announced the details for their highly anticipated debut album.

Loom have now premiered their twisted new video for ‘Lice’, which was directed by Dean Richardson of the Rattlesnakes. Speaking to The Beat about the new video Joshua Fitzgerald (guitars) said:

“Lice directly captures our intent as a band, in a way it defines the moment all our influences came together. We were lucky enough to have Dean from the Rattlesnakes direct and produce the video too. He really understood where we’re coming from as a band, and he truly captured the power of the track. It’s powerful because of its simplicity and the video reflects that – just don’t watch it with your grandparents.”

Two years in the making, Loom’s 10 track self-titled debut features the bands previous singles ‘Hate’ and ‘Bleed On Me’ along with eight brand new tracks. The new album is now available to pre-order via PledgeMusic, with ‘Hate’ as an instant grat upon pre-ordering.

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