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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


The trio have also announced a 2022 east coast tour!

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Sydney based trio Loretta have released their final track for the year, All I Know. The continues the bands exploration of synth-pop, channeling luminaries The 1975 with shimmering guitars and frontman Ellis Hall's impassioned vocal performance. Conceptually, the track recalls on the pure moments of a relationship, and ruminates on what could of been and moving towards a place of acceptance.

Speaking of the song, Hall shares: “This song is the most symbolic out of our releases for the year. I wrote it at a time when things were good for me - it was a happy song and I always wanted it to be that way. Things changed and perspectives shifted and it became harder to look at the music in the same way. I had to change some of the lyrics but it flowered into something a little bit more special after that - it became a monument of acceptance and it still speaks from the same place just in a slightly different way. It’s the best last release we could have put out for this year.”

The trio have also announced a string of east coast tour dates, ready to ring in the new year with live performances. Kicking off in Melbourne's Northcote Social Club on February 5, the tour will continue on to Brisbane and Wollongong, before wrapping up at Sydney's Oxford Art Factory on March 18. Before the years end, the band will take to the stage in their hometown of Sydney for an exclusive performance at The Lansdowne Hotel on December 2, to celebrate their string of superb singles released during 2021.

Forming in 2018, Loretta have dropped a string of feel-good singles, with their debut release, Come Over, gaining over 500,000 worldwide streams. To celebrate release of new music, the four-piece will take to the stage for an exclusive performance at Sydney's The Lansdowne Hotel on December 2. Tickets are on sale now!

All I Know is out now! Watch the visual below.


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