Husky Loops is a three-piece music project (with Pietro on the drums) started in early 2016 and based in London. “Husky Loops have a sound that’s hard to pin down, but that kind of experimentation is the art-rockers’ M.O”, stated a feature. Their tracks have so far been covered on BBC R1, Noisey, Wonderland, Line of Best Fit, Clash and DIY Magazine, among others. Currently touring!

Husky Loops EP2

Art Direction / Cover Art / Print Design / October 2017 Photography by Magdalena Siwicka and Pietro Garrone
Following EP1 earlier in the year, EP2 presents itself as the missing half of the first record – in white, opposite of its black predecessor, and including two double sided posters presenting risograph printed artworks. See the unboxing here. Get yourself a copy here.

Girl Who Wants To Travel the World

Art Direction / October 2017 / W. Tom Ringsby
Girl Who Wants To Travel The World is the first single off EP2, and marks a different direction for the sound of Husky Loops. It features a surreal array of characters inspired by the song lyrics and vibe. 

Husky Loops EP1

Art Direction / Cover Art / Print Design / January 2017 Tempo / Fighting Myself Photography by Magdalena Siwicka
Die-cut in the center in order to show the disc label, and printed on uncoated reverse-board, the debut EP of Husky Loops aims at being simple, iconic and somewhat downplayed. Inside, two colorful double sided inserts include the four artworks for the four tracks presented on the EP.


Art Direction / March 2017 / W. Tom Ringsby
Loosely based on the concept of “Chronofobia” (the fear of time passing), Tempo is much of an aesthetic research in stress-related cinematic culture. The band is mostly removed from the plot, and the whole focus is on the quality of the photography and of movement.

Fighting Myself

Art Direction / March 2017 / W. Tom Ringsby
This video focuses on showing different aspects of live performances, and aims at showcasing the raw energy of the song, allowing audiences a more direct contact with the band.


Art Direction / January 2016 / W. Tom Jefanovas
The whole video rotates around a studio performance. Distortion effects created by a custom made video synthesizer break with the suspension of disbelief, in junction with the movements of the band.