Brighton trio follow demo collection of 2013 with ‘Loom’ in April


This time last year, Fear of Men – then a quartet but one that was forever with a different bassist – neatly packaged up everything they’d done up to that point for an LP worth of early singles and demos called ‘Early Fragments’. It was their ‘Hatful of Hollow’, if you like, and it allowed them to move on to making their first album from scratch.

Although a couple of tracks from ‘Early Fragments’ have found their way onto the band’s debut album, they spent a majority of 2013 making what is ‘Loom’, their first real LP, released 22 April 2014 via Kanine Records.

Recorded through the night and self-produced, here are ‘Alta’ and ‘Waterfall’, the album’s opening two tracks.


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