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Loa Loa’s ‘Monet’ sticks the nail in the wall

Following up on the firm handshake of first singleLandslides‘, Loa Loa make themselves right at home with ‘Monet‘.

Full of slinking melodies and basement-trembling intentions, this is the sort of song that should be put on display in a gallery y’know, if you could. Alas, we can’t see sound just yet so you’ll have to make do with simply listening to the track below.

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The three-piece, formed of a shoe salesman, a van driver and a marketing intern from Brighton, take their name from an eye worm which, according to the bands Josh Rowley, is their spirit animal (but don’t Google it.)

There’s a debut album on the way, more glistening chunks of musical art and some live shows. Loa Loa are definitely worth keeping an eye on (which is probably the point).

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