Looms premiere 'Beach Day + tour the US in August

Brooklyn Indie rockers Looms premier their brand new song "Beach Day" exclusively on The Deli Mag today. Despite the track’s lively pace, there is a contemplative, melancholy vibe running throughout it. Liberal use of jazzy minor and seventh chords create a breezy atmosphere for lyrical content that suggests discontent. “But I know - I'll get over this one. In time – I might not care” sings vocalist Sharif Mekawy in the airy chorus. A surprisingly tasty ten second guitar solo emerges during the songs zenith, underscoring Looms admitted admiration for bands like Wilco, Muse and Radiohead. The two song EP “Sleeping Days” (which includes also track “Sunday Blues”) was recorded at Converse Rubber Tracks in Brooklyn, mixed at Gearbox Recording Studio in Paramus, NJ and mastered at Turtletone Studio in NYC. The official release date is 8/5 via Portland Oregon’s Dazzleships Records, with the band scheduled to tour the Pacific Northwest in August. The quartet will also be playing a Live To Tape session at Chemistry Creative this Saturday night.  - Dave Cromwell - photo by Thomas Ignatius