Album artwork for Social Graces by Loose Fit
Album artwork for Social Graces by Loose Fit

On The Rise: Loose Fit

Social Graces is the debut album from Australian post-punk outfit Loose Fit. Made up of Kaylene Miller, Anna Langdon, Max edgar and Richard Martin, Kaylene and Anna met in fashion school and instantly bonded through their love of experimental music. After toying with lo-fi bedroom re- cordings, the pair recruited Max edgar on guitar and Richard Martin on bass and started making some actual noise. Kaylene is also behind the cult knotwear brand WAH-WAH Australia with items worn by Noel Fielding, Courtney Barnett and even Kim Gordon. The band’s rhythm-heavy sound contains echoes of UK post-punk titans such as PiL and A Certain Ratio mixed with the classic Bristol Post punk sound circa 79-81.

Loose Fit

Social Graces

Fat Cat
Album artwork for Social Graces by Loose Fit
LP +

£22.99£5.75

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Hand Numbered. With Exclusive Stenciled Sleeve.

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Limited to 100 copies
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Released 29/04/2022Catalogue Number

FATLP165LTDR

Album artwork for Social Graces by Loose Fit
LP

£21.99£5.50

sale
Black
Includes download code
Released 29/04/2022Catalogue Number

FATLP165

Loose Fit

Social Graces

Fat Cat
Album artwork for Social Graces by Loose Fit
LP +

£22.99£5.75

saleexclusive

Hand Numbered. With Exclusive Stenciled Sleeve.

Black
Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 100 copies
Includes download code
Released 29/04/2022Catalogue Number

FATLP165LTDR

Album artwork for Social Graces by Loose Fit
LP

£21.99£5.50

sale
Black
Includes download code
Released 29/04/2022Catalogue Number

FATLP165

On The Rise: Loose Fit

Social Graces is the debut album from Australian post-punk outfit Loose Fit. Made up of Kaylene Miller, Anna Langdon, Max edgar and Richard Martin, Kaylene and Anna met in fashion school and instantly bonded through their love of experimental music. After toying with lo-fi bedroom re- cordings, the pair recruited Max edgar on guitar and Richard Martin on bass and started making some actual noise. Kaylene is also behind the cult knotwear brand WAH-WAH Australia with items worn by Noel Fielding, Courtney Barnett and even Kim Gordon. The band’s rhythm-heavy sound contains echoes of UK post-punk titans such as PiL and A Certain Ratio mixed with the classic Bristol Post punk sound circa 79-81.