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Loupe Shares New Single ‘It’s Getting Wild, Getting Older’

Loupe Shares New Single ‘It’s Getting Wild, Getting Older’: Amsterdam indie rock quartet Loupe shares the new single ‘It’s Getting Wild Getting Older’ (May 19th) taken from the upcoming debut album Do You Ever Wonder What Comes Next (June 16th) via Excelsior Records. Released alongside the announcement of the upcoming UK tour with Brighton Indie-Rock breakouts Lovejoy, the new single offers another taste of the band’s unique melodic indie-rock sound. 

Intricate finger-picked guitar lines, warming bass, tight drums, and dappled glitching electronics create a vibrant, intertwining musical backdrop for the silky, emotive, and subtly catchy lead vocals and story-telling lyricism to glide above. Atmospheric yet punchy – packing musical depth and beauty, the band showcases the kind of affecting songwriting and warming soundscapes that can be found across the upcoming 13-track release. 

Exploring themes of young adulthood, life in the big city, and human relationships, the bands capture personal experiences and cover relatable experiences with poetic ease. 

Speaking about the new single, Loupe shares:  

“It’s Getting Wild Getting Older is about how you can find yourself ending up somewhere thinking; Is this it? It’s about feeling really small in this big universe and wondering why and what it is we are here for”

Following the release of the band’s debut single ‘Leave Me There’, which sparked the band’s initial notoriety, Loupe has built support across Dutch press and radio including the likes of De Kop, 3FM, and 3voor12. Having also earned the band a growing reputation as a stage act, the band has toured Europe, including a number of festivals and support slots for the likes of Porridge Radio, Lovejoy, and Moss.

The band’s forthcoming debut Do You Ever Wonder What Comes Next? was recorded with producer Arne van Petegem (Moss, Styrofoam) and mixed by Beau Sorenson (Death Cab For Cutie, Sparklehorse).

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