Master Peace embraces indie sleaze for his new single, ‘LOO SONG’

It's billed as the start of a new era.
Photo Credit: Ewen Spencer

Master Peace has released a brand new single, ‘LOO SONG’.

It arrives alongside a video, directed by Freddie Cattaneo, filmed in Peckham, plus the news that he’ll be supporting The Streets on tour later this year.

Speaking about the track, Master Peace says: “‘LOO SONG’ is a cheeky, flirty and fun record. It centers around teenage mischief and exciting and intriguing nights. Nights like house parties and basement raves I went to as an adolescent as a teenager in Surrey, different situations unfolding in front of my eyes, euphoric highs. It’s influenced by early Calvin Harris and Justice – that era of indie sleaze – the loud fuzzy synths give off an ‘Acceptable in the 80s’ vibe.”

Check out the new track below.

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