Deep In The Willow

Knocked Loose strike again with their visionary new single – “Deep in the Willow” – which is streaming now alongside its video directed by Eric Richter and Knocked Loose frontman/vocalist Bryan Garris. “‘Deep in the Willow’ is a reminder that we are heavy, intense, and extreme,” Garris says. “Some elements come and go, but those will never change. After ‘A Tear in the Fabric of Life’ we were inspired to see how much art we could incorporate moving forward – which led us to a style of video we’ve never attempted or approached. Taking myself specifically far outside of my comfort zone and pushing the boundaries on how I’ve been seen in the past was a creative experience I will never forget. This video wouldn’t be what it is without the collaboration with Eric Richter, someone we’ve admired for a while. And the songs wouldn’t be what they are without [producer] Drew Fulk, a new friend and creative ear in the entire process.”

The single “Deep in the Willow”, along with another new song, “Everything is Quiet Now”, are available across digital retailers NOW via Pure Noise. Upon Loss will be released on a 10” vinyl format.

“Deep in the Willow” is the first new single since the release of their 2021 EP and head turning short film, A Tear in the Fabric of Life. The release garnered worldwide acclaim from Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, NPR, The Needle Drop, The Guardian, The FADER, Stereogum, Decibel, Revolver, so on and established Knocked Loose as a staple across modern punk, hardcore and metal scenes. They have since toured rigorously, including sold-out international headline runs and sold-out stadium tours with Bring Me The Horizon.

Earlier this year, they stunned Coachella goers with their unforgettable performance which claimed the biggest circle pit in the festival’s history. They continue to hit the major festival circuit this year and just played an electrifying set at the Bonnaroo Festival, and they’ll storm the stage at Lollapalooza come August. They will also hit the UK and EU this Summer before returning to North America for another extensive U.S. run.

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