Jeremy Loops Shares Long-Awaited Third Studio Album ‘Heard You Got Love’

The album features collaborations with Ed Sheeran and Ladysmith Black Mambazo.

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Jeremy Loops Heard You Got Love Cover - Courtesy: Decca Records
Jeremy Loops Heard You Got Love Cover - Courtesy: Decca Records

Jeremy Loops has shared his long-awaited third studio album Heard You Got Love via Decca Records, following up his 2018 sophomore effort Critical As Water. The album finds the South African singer and songwriter teaming up with Ed Sheeran and Ladysmith Black Mambazo, among other collaborators.

Loops, who is also known for his production and eco-activism work, recruited Charlie Puth and Yungblud collaborator Red Triangle to produce “Head Start,” the new single for Heard You Got Love. The summery track was co-written with Wayne Hector and follows Loops’ latest single “Better Together” which found him tapped in with Sheeran, who he met backstage at a hometown show.

Jeremy Loops - Head Start (Audio)

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“This is the album I’ve always wanted to make and my hope is that some of the things I’ve written about will mean as much to others as they do to me,” Loops shared in a statement. “Every song speaks to something I care deeply about.”

Throughout Heard You Got Love, Loops collaborates with Simone Felice (The Lumineers), Jake Gosling (Shawn Mendes), Tobias Kuhn (Milky Chance) and Carey Willets (Dermot Kennedy). The list of producers featured on the album including Ed Holloway (Lewis Capaldi), Eg White (Adele) and Cam Blackwood (George Ezra).

Later this year, Loops will hit the road for an extensive tour supporting the record. The trek kicks off on September 2 with a show in Glasgow and wraps in London on October 6. In between, the singer will perform in Dublin, Amsterdam, Berlin, Vienna, Frankfurt, Hamburg, and more. Ticket information can be found on the official Jeremy Loops website.

Stream or purchase Heard You Got Love. View the official slate of tour dates below.

Jeremy Loops 2022 Tour Dates
September 2 – Glasgow – Galvanisers
September 3 – Dublin – The Academy
September 6 – Manchester – 02 Ritz
September 8 – Amsterdam – Melkweg Max
September 11 – Cologne – Live Music Hall
September 13 – Berlin – Metropol
September 15 – Prague – Lucerna
September 17 – Warsaw – Proxima
September 19 – Vienna – Gasometer
September 21 – Zurich – Volkshaus
September 22 – Lausanne – Les Docks
September 24 – Frankfurt – Batschkapp
September 25 – Stuttgart – Longhorn
September 29 – Hamburg – Fabrik
September 30 – Leuven – Het Depot
October 1 – Paris – Le Trabendo
October 6 – London – Eventim Apollo

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