Husky Loops announce debut album ‘I CAN’T EVEN SPEAK ENGLISH’

London trio, by way of Bologna, Italy, Husky Loops, announce the release of their debut album ‘I CAN’T EVEN SPEAK ENGLISH’ out August 16th through Fighting Ourselves / 30th Century Records. Pre-order here – . A tongue-in-cheek nod to their continental roots in divisive times, the album was produced by the band at Eastcote Studios in Kensal Road and is mixed by Spoon’s drummer and sound man, Jim Eno.

A taster of what’s to come from their debut album, Husky Loops release brand new single ‘Everyone Is Having Fun Fun Fun But Me’ which is out today (May 1st) and features contributions from friend and collaborator Fred Gibson (Plan B, Charli XCX, Stefflon Don). A reflective take on modern-day disconnect, it’s Rock’n’Roll but not as you know it. Listen here

Having recently made their US live debut, including multiple appearances at SXSW, Husky Loops today announce a UK and European headline tour, taking place in October 2019, including a date at Bermondsey Social Club in London. Tickets on sale May 7th from

See Husky Loops live in October 2019:

9th – Jimmy’s, Manchester

10th – Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham

11th – Blue Arrow, Glasgow

12th – Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds

16th – Bermondsey Social Club, London

19th – Joiners, Southampton

23rd – Molotow, Hamburg

24th – Maze Club, Berlin

26th – Rotown, Rotterdam

27th – Paradiso, Amsterdam

29th – Supersonic, Paris

30th – Kater, Zurich

Featured on the album, alongside brand new single ‘Everyone Is Having Fun Fun Fun But Me’, will be Husky Loops recent single ‘Let Go For Nothing’ which yet again highlights their distinctive sound, experimenting with elements of modern hip-hop and R’n’B to create something refreshingly new but unmistakably Husky Loops. Then there’s ‘Yes I Know What I’m Gonna Do’a euphoric bubbler that’s their most pop moment to date. Meanwhile, the roar of ‘Temporary Volcano’ captures the chaos and joy of a messy and unpredictable night at the Bussey Building in London.

Husky Loops find it hard to put a single label on themselves, but that is part of the charm. Each song takes on a unique framework that is informed by new and diverse experiences – the DNA of this band is an ever-changing and exciting prospect. One song will utilise the basslines from modern day hip-hop or the ambitious production usually saved for electronic music, with the next incorporating beats typically found in modern-jazz or even UK Garage.

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