Track of the day #476: Stats – Lose It

Lose It‘ is the latest track taken from London based dance band Stats forthcoming debut album ‘Other People’s Lives’. It’s initially quite a minimal track with harsh riffs and dreamy, but also powerful, vocal parts. ‘Lose It’ gets swallowed into its electronic side as it builds into something even danceable with its luscious synth use.

Speaking of the track, Stats frontman Ed Seed has said: “Life as story, as routine, as objects, as obligations – it piles up like laundry or landfill, sometimes it’s all just there to be lost. Do you fear loss or crave it? Are you a pusher or a jumper? Disappearance is seductive. Do you pony up for another gig in the cloud or do you just want to throw it all away? And how would you be sure it was really gone – where does it all go?”

‘Other People’s Lives’ is set for release on 15th February via Memphis Industries and Stats will be playing the following gigs in support of its release:

16th Feb – Rough Trade East, London – 1.30pm
17th April – Bermondsey  Social Club, London
27th April – Are You Listening Festival?, Reading
8th May – The Hug and Pint, Glasgow
9th May – YES (Basement), Manchester

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