Loose Articles Challenge Gender Roles On New Single “Are You A Welder?”

Manchester, UK’s Loose Articles have revealed their new single, Are You A Welder?, that is taken from their long-awaited debut album, Scream If You Wanna Go Faster, which will be released on 26th July via Alcopop! Records. Still riding high from their huge recent support slot with Foo Fighters and lengthy UK tour dates with The Lovely Eggs and label mates CHROMA, the band have announced a run of July 2024 record store tour dates, plus a new string of Autumn 2024 UK & EU headline tour dates, and will be appearing at 2000 Trees Festival, Rebellion Festival, Green Man Festival, Edinburgh Psych Fest and more this summer. “In the illusion of dominance, protection, and strength, society’s stereotype ...

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