Leeds-based four piece The Loose Cut have been going from strength to strength since their emergence onto the local music scene in 2018. With an infectious energy - both on and off stage - the band are a powerhouse to be reckoned with, especially with the heavier sound of singles ?Come Around? and ?Hypnosis?, and in two short years they have built up a reputation for incendiary live performances that leave audiences baying for more. Lead singer George Fayle?s vocals captivate audiences, demanding attention, layered over a velvety yet often grittier sound. Emerging from their triumphant sets at Reading & Leeds Festival in 2019 on the BBC Introducing Stage, their last single ?Demons? created such social media activity that it found itself included on Spotify?s ?Hot New Bands? Playlist. The prestigious festival slots were followed up by a UK tour including a sold-out hometown show at Oporto in Leeds. A year on, and a product of the 2020 lockdown period, the band?s latest single ?Haunt? is set to be released in July. Having previously given a taste of what?s to come, with a live version of the tune recorded at Greenmount Studios in October 2019, they caught the attention of local TV station, ?Leeds TV?, with the live session being featured on a primetime slot on the show at the end of last year. It sees the band experimenting with new styles whilst still sticking to their rock ?n? roll roots - and represents the latest stage of a band that never stops evolving and refuses to stand still - think Beatles harmonies meets the fairground ride of riffs, hooks, and hellacious swagger of rock?s last remaining outlaws QOTSA.