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September 2019

Husky Loops have shared hand-drawn video for their heartfelt new single, ‘I Think You’re Wonderful’

They enlisted the help of fans, friends and strangers.
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Published: 8:26 pm, August 14, 2019
Husky Loops have shared hand-drawn video for their heartfelt new single, ‘I Think You’re Wonderful’

Husky Loops have shared a video for their latest single, ‘I Think You’re Wonderful’.

It’s a cut from the band’s upcoming debut album ’I Can't Even Speak English’, set to arrive on 16th August via Fighting Ourselves / 30th Century Records.

Drummer Pietro Garrone directed the clip, he says: "Our new video was created by a bunch of genuinely great moments of people (fans, friends and strangers) listening to the track for the first time, and that makes it a piece we are proud of.

"Most people think they cant draw, when really all it takes to make a meaningful drawing is imagination and daring to do it. There is so little stopping you from doing seemingly small things that can have such a positive impact.

"The whole album I Cant Even Speak English is about inviting action, participation and if our art can be a blank sleeve for our fans to fill, so be it.”

Check out ‘I Think You’re Wonderful’ below, and catch the band on tour this October.

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