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Loosefish / Press

“I like LooseFish. They are born survivors! They also seem to know the secret of how to keep a band working when the commitments of everyday life come calling and for that I salute them! The group was originally formed in 1993 by guitarist Colin Owen who after recruiting the rest of his previous band Wanted for his new project, set about recording their first album ‘Ways Of Escape’ on a Foxtex 4 track in 1994. Over the years and against a back drop of changing band members and 2 subsequent EP releases LooseFish built a solid live reputation in the venues of North Wales. But then somewhere around the end of the 90’s the trail goes quiet. Jump to 2013 and in the big scheme of things none of this history seems particularly important now as the band have finally released a studio version of live favourite ‘Falling’ as a single The tune contains roughly 3 minutes of joyous spiky guitar goodness that sounds fresh and cleverly under produced and is ace !!. I like my guitar music ra”

“Veteran rockers Loosefish are to celebrate playing two decades of rock and roll together by staging a special concert in the grounds of their home teams' football stadium. The highlight of their 20th anniversary year will be an exclusive reunion concert at Bangot City's The Book People Stadium at Nantporth on Saturday May 25th. "The lads and I had a ten year break from music while we got on with life I guess," said Loosefish founder member and vocalist, Dave Jones. As a run up to the main event the band have organised an acoustic only set at Bangor's Tap and Spile. "The anniversary concert is at Nantporth Ground and is an invite only event," confirmed Dave. It will be advertised through the band's facebook page, so to start, you have to 'Like' us on facebook to get an invite.”

Bangor and Anglesey Mail