London based Jaws The Shark are back with yet another cathartic banger, this time in the form of ‘Loose Change‘. It’s a grunge-y track that’s ferocious, in-your-face and relentless from start to finish. ‘Loose Change’ is a raw track that borders on euphoric in places. ‘Loose Change’ also features Elliot Rawson of Yak on drums.
Speaking of the track, Jaws The Shark has said: “‘Loose Change’ is a song that I wrote about trying to help a friend that is unwilling to help themselves. The line “Loose Change, but not the kind you find that’s in your pocket, but it’s a change that’s in your head” is referring to the fact that there is an issue, or a change in behaviour that needs to occur, and whilst that person can reach out for external help by paying for it, if that person is unwilling to want to make that change themselves, then it’s unlikely to have any effect. It’s a song about not dwelling on the past and past mistakes, but trying to look forward, towards a fresh start and a clearer path.”
Listen to ‘Loose Change’ by Jaws The Shark below and keep up with the band on social media via the following links: