Loup Havenith is a Belgian songwriter based in Glasgow, who writes contemporary love songs on outdated taping devices. This month he is self- releasing an EP digitally, and hence, spoke with The Fountain about Bring Yourself to Completion, which is out today.
TF: You have a new EP out, what has the reception been like to Bring Yourself to Completion?
The EP is coming out on the 18th, I’m excited for people to listen to it, although a bit anxious as well. There’s always the chance I might ridicule myself by putting out something that’s truly awful. But I do have a good feeling about this one, as I’ve been listening to it for a while now, mixing it and re-mixing it, and I haven’t gotten tired of it yet, which is a good sign.
TF: How would you sum it up in one sentence?
Music that breathes.
TF: What is your plan for the remainder of the year, after this EP release?
I would say play gigs, but it doesn’t look like that’ll be happening for a little while, so I’ll be happy to record more things. I’d love to do a short film with songs I’ve recorded forming the backbone of it. I think Glasgow is such a gorgeous place and doesn’t get enough screen time. We’ll see!
TF: Where is your favourite venue for playing live, where is the next place you look most forward to gigging?
I love the Hug and Pint and Mono, can’t wait to get back in there!
Bring Yourself to Completion is out today