“End Of An Error” premieres at Clash

New album “Harness” is released May 5th via Blood Records

“Fluttering electronics meet assured songwriting” – Clash

Praise for Loved Ones

“The Merry Monarch is an original, if unsettling, and evocative listen.” – Mojo
“A fascinating debut.” – The Sunday Times Culture
“Fluttering electronics meet assured songwriting” – Clash
“the band have mastered the art of chilled out lo-fi” – Wonderland

It is said that a change is as good as a rest, so when it comes to Liverpool quartet Loved One’s re-emergence, coupled with their shift in musical direction, things can only bode well for the swell of new material they are set to release in 2017.

Watch the video for ‘End of an Error’ below:

Or listen to “End Of An Error” via Soundcloud here:
https://soundcloud.com/theshippingforecast/loved-ones-end-of-an-error

Releasing themselves from the lo-fi and ambient rock of their debut album “The Merry Monarch” – having spent much of their recent time involved in soundtrack work – the forthcoming full length “Harness” sets its stall out as a move into an eclectic, but no less focused, sphere of operation. The video for the album’s first single “End Of An Error” today premieres at Clash and offers a first look into what they’ve been working on. With this track we get a sense of the record’s more anxious moments and themes of escapism, which conspire here to erupt into a dilating and expansive chorus. Lead singer Nik Glover comments; “We had a great time messing about in boats on the Marine Lake in our hometown of West Kirby. The video has that early 90’s, oily, psychedelic feel that The Farm and other baggy bands used to like so much. We wanted something moody and DIY, shot through with glitchy colour.”

End Of An Error single artwork by Nicholas Stevenson

Loved Ones

Nik Glover – vocals, guitar
Rich Hurst – keys, production
Ben Shooter – piano, vocals
Dan Taylor – drums