SheLoom fearlessly explore new sonic and stylistic horizons in their adventurous single and mind-bending video It Scares Me — premiering exclusively on Tinnitist.
The latest preview of the duo’s upcoming third album expected later this year, the magnificent, massive and intensely intricate track — which officially arrives Thursday, Feb. 24 — examines the psychological struggles of human relationships against a bold blend of indie guitar riffs and prog-rock grandeur that tips hats to late ’70s Police and Genesis. Fashioned from shape-shifting arrangements, densely packed with explosive virtuoso performances, and illustrated with the eye-popping graphics of its psychedelic video, It Scares Me whisks you off on a high-velocity joyride to the edge of the universe and back in five incredible minutes. And like any great ride, you’ll want to go again as soon as it’s over.
Jordon Zadorozny (Blinker the Star) and producer/songwriter Filippo Gaetani two formed the transatlantic pop duo SheLoom back in 2008, after a co-writing session in Los Angeles. The writing continued online and then the two met twice at Jordon’s French Kiss Studio in 2009 for whirlwind 10-day sessions. They released Seat Of The Empire in 2010, followed by the full-length The Baron Of The Fjord in 2016 and the single Cracked Glass in 2021. SheLoom’s sound boasts a filmic, art-rock bedrock tempered with elements of new wave, ’70s progressive rock and orch-pop. Their music has been compared to Fleetwood Mac, XTC, Todd Rundgren, The Beatles, Steely Dan and Yes.