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Loose Fit ‘Pull The Lever’ : Rapturous giddy of rock and punk, dowsed by the alternative revelry of lyrical hegemony

Loose Fit / Photo: Zafiro

With a bass lick that doesn’t quit, and a vocal dynamism that is oh-so-delicious, the gang in Loose Fit pulverizes your senses with this decadent single ‘Pull The Lever’. Rapturous giddy of rock and punk, dowsed by the alternative revelry of lyrical hegemony, the band pulls off a fabulous song that exudes live performance and a gargantuan amount of entertainment value.

It’s a deal, yo.

‘Pull The Lever’ is their debut single and they’ve put a seriously high bar for themselves, as the danceable salient single, rocks out your world, while you cluck on with no fear for the ‘morrow.

Their debut EP (April) surely promises to be a hum-dinger, and as the band describes it, the album will be a: “moody critique of the absurd”, tackling themes of frustration, disillusion, fear, love, and rage.

Word.

Look for the quartet to conquer.

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