Sydney’s Loose Fit release ‘Black Water’ ahead of their forthcoming self titled EP (Out April 3rd, via Fat Cat Records).
As with any bass drooling, two-piece-pantsuit equipped for carrying its bearer from day-to-night and back again, ‘Black Water’ is the perfect companion to sharp corner turns and angular strutting- with added sigh just to remind all that yes, this piece is tight and no, we shan’t be taking it off anytime soon.
As the stand-in Kate Moss to our DIY catwalk of deconstructed dreams sashays between the symmetrically vein-y shadows of residential streetlamps and well-structured garden lawns, remaining in light is no easy feat and yet here Loose Fit are winding through noise as if minimalism and dazy exhilaration have always sat together front-row.
Rhythmically corseted and endlessly scrolling, like ballroom dancing in a church-hall dressed in a lyrically-netted skirt stitched with super fine prickly bits, there’s just enough groove for this all to be a trialling good-time without the breathy overwhelm post-immersion.
They’re not wrong for saying black water runs deep.
Header Photo by Zafiro