Back in April, Loyle Carner took over House Of Vans to launch his new album Not Waving, But Drowning. Not only that, the gig doubled up as an art exhibition fresh pieces from Loyle’s artists friends and family representing each track. Oh, and these artworks were then auctioned for CALM, raising a casual £10,970!
We sat down backstage at House Of Vans to hear Loyle’s ideas on collaboration and the poem that inspired the song that inspired this whole beautiful ordeal…
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