Friday, 31 May 2019

Let Man Loose Release New Single 'Two Way Glass'

"Let Man Loose are one hell of a band"– Alan Raw / BBC Introducing Humberside
“Let Man Loose take command over dissonance with riffs leaping from attacking drum beats . . . on the brink of punk” Backseat Mafia
“The blend of heavy rock and colloquial hooks are perfectly weighted” Reyt Good Music

With a strong live following in their hometown of Hull and continued support from BBC Humberside’s Introducing DJ Alan Raw, 4 piece indie rock band Let Man Loose unleash their new single Two Way Glass – a ferocious fuzz guitar extravaganza, that explores the consequences of a generation immersed in Instagram’s picture-perfect culture.

Two Way Glass started life when the band made use of the PRS Foundation Open Fund to work with multi-award winning producer Andy Seward, known for his work with Radiohead’s Philip Selwayand his production work on Kate Rusby’s Mercury nominated album Sleepless. Having formed the basis of the recording with Andy, Let Man Loosethen went into Hull’s Studio 94 for finishing touches and to mix the release.

Two Way Glass sees lyricist Marc Ainleyscurry into the minefield of today’s technology-infected society, where gen-z and millennials, project their carefully crafted image galleries out to their friends and the world in general.

“I feel I want to tear down this façade on Two Way Glass. People often think the deception is impenetrable, but it’s far more transparent than it seems. I’m as guilty of it as anyone else, broadcasting my life in the best light with my own personal showreel. It’s as important as ever to realise that everyone’s at it and not to use it as a barometer to compare your own growth against others” says Marc about the release.

Let Man Loose is Marc Ainley (guitar/lead vocals), Jamie Rothery(guitar), Sam Howell (bass/BVs) and Daniel Griffin (drums). The band formed out of the ashes of former Hull band Felony, all brought together through a love of Queens of the Stone Age and the associated Palm Springs low desert scene, LA band Cherry Glazerr, Drenge & the Arctic Monkeys. Describing themselvesas boisterous & energetic comrades with bags of enthusiasm, Let Man Looseare looking to take things up a gear this summer with the release of Two Way Glassand an ever increasingly busy on-going gig schedule. Please follow on socials and/or the band’s website for updates and more.

June 1st Long Division – Wakefield
June 4th Rough Trade – Nottingham
June 8th Café INDIE- Scunthorpe
June 29th Kardomah94 – Hull
July 11th Trinity Live - Hull
Aug 4th Humber Street Sesh– Hull
Aug 21st The Fulford Arms - York