Melbourne's fastest rising pop punk legends Loose End today dropped their brand new film clip for single "Without a Trace." The video transports the viewer to a wedding where something just isn't right - the bride doesn't seem to have eyes for the groom, but instead, the singer of the Wedding band - is there - was there - something there between them?
"Without a Trace" will see it's release on Wednesday February 14 on Spotify and iTunes.
The band released their debut EP in September last year, recorded by Roman Koester from The Red Shore and Thy Art Is Murder. They celebrated its release with a damn-near sold out headline show at the Reverence Hotel and playing their largest show ever at a sold out Wrangler Studios. Loose End are currently writing their sophomore release - to be recorded with Chris Vernon from Belle Haven.
With half the band from rural Victoria and the other half from the inner suburbs of Melbourne, Loose End are for fans of Trophy Eyes, WSTR, Moose Blood and Comeback Kid. Loose End is a fresh sound for your ears - the outfit blend pop punk sounds with some heavier elements and pop vocals to create something inventive and more than fun for the listener.
Check out "Without A Trace" below: