Podcast: Tim Loud Retrospective

This is a special episode of the Shout Louder Punk Podcast, delving deep into the history of Tim Loud. This anti-folk hero is calling time on his solo career, so we reflected on ten years of touring and six releases.

I’m particularly proud of this episode. It’s a rare opportunity to hear a truly honest, in-depth account of what it’s like to grow in the DIY music community. From folk and blues roots, through speed and valium trials on the road, to recovery and recuperation – Tim Loud gives us an open account of how he’s developed both as a musician and as a person.

This isn’t the end for Tim Loud: he plans to focus his creative energy on his new band Terrorpins. October 2022 is your last chance to see him touring as a solo artist, though. Get off your sofa and down to one of his shows, it’ll be a special experience.

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Tim Loud is heading out on his farewell tour this week, accompanied by Ray Waters of The Zipheads and Barstool Preachers. Make sure you get out and catch him at one of the following:

We played several tracks throughout the podcast, one from each of Tim Loud’s major releases:

  • No Gods, No Masters from the Tim Loud EP (2012)
  • Not A Number from Born To Lose (2014)
  • I Don’t Care What Everyone Else Says About You, I Think You’re A Cunt from What Am I? (2016)
  • There, There from Salvation (2018)
  • Things That Matter single (2019)
  • Teachers from 3 Songs single collection (2022)

Tim wrote a detailed track-by-track description of Salvation for Shout Louder back in 2018. It’s a fascinating read.

I’ll see you down the front!

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