Exclusive: Let Man Loose – ‘Queen Bee’

By Dom Smith
By July 9, 2018 Hull, Listen, News

Let Man Loose are a four-piece rock band from Hull, inspired by Queens of the Stone Age, the associated Palm Springs low desert scene and Sheffield’s Arctic Monkeys. Expect a blend of thunderous fuzz boxes and tuneful East Yorkshire dialect. Check out the link for latest track, ‘Queen Bee’.


2017 saw the band solidify a place in their hometown’s flourishing music scene, performing at esteemed venues across the country and recording multiple sessions for BBC Music Introducing, culminating in the release of their ‘Vol. 1’ EP on Warren Records.

2018 brings sequel ‘Vol. 2’ featuring four brand new songs, released on all digital platforms and limited edition CD.

Stinging opener ‘Queen Bee’ relives the trauma of being involuntarily snatched from familiar routine. ‘At Close Quarters’ is a melodic tale of an old flame’s wanton escapades. The pounding ‘Fun House Mirror’ dismantles the insecurities built by subscribing to another’s warped rhetoric, before closer ‘This Man’s Ruin’ takes an articulate, retrospective and ultimately cleansing stroll along memory lane.

The release of ‘Vol. 2’ will be supported by the following live appearances:

04 / Humber Street Sesh / Hull
10 / Café INDIEpendent / Scunthorpe
18 / The Scream Lounge / Croydon
19 / The Finsbury / London
31 / Fox & Grapes / Nottingham

02 / The Big Boulder Festival / Sheffield
07 / The Polar Bear / Hull
25 / West Street Live / Sheffield
28 / The Monarch / Camden / London

06 / The Regency / Harrogate

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