Listen Lokoy shares ‘Two Too Many’

Lokoy by Emma Swann
Photo: Emma Swann

It’s the latest solo offering from the Sløtface bassist.

Last year, Sløtface bassist Lasse Lokøy emerged with a solo project - Lokoy - via the bright and bouncy pop of ‘Malibu’, a track reminiscent of Unknown Mortal Orchestra, and featuring new DIY fave Girl In Red.

After sharing a debut EP via Propeller, he’s now returned with new track ‘Two Too Many’.

Speaking of the track, Lasse says: “I overheard an elderly professor telling a story about an outrageous neighbourhood where he heard people yelling in the streets and holding hands.

“I thought to myself that it was hilarious that this man was so deeply shocked of such a natural, emotional, human behaviour. There’s something special about being with someone who’ll yell at you, and who you can yell at, and then a minute later you will hold hands.”

Listen to ‘Two Too Many’ below.

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