Loose End were a Christian skate punk band from Chula Vista, CA. FFO: Slick Shoes, Sick of Change, Broken Cedars, Average Joe Aspiring, and MxPx.
They were short lived forming in 1999 and disbanding in 2003. In 2001 they self released their “Every Time I Fall” album which can be purchased for download at amazon and on itunes.
This band was energetic, punchy, poppy, everything late 90’s early 2000’s skate punk was! The lyrics, Christ centered! I’m surprised that they didn’t get more exposure and more notice, but unfortunately this happens to great artists all too often. In addition to the YouTube videos, you can also listen to “Every Time I Fall” here on Spotify
Enjoy these tunes, meditate on the lyrics, be safe, and Christ bless you!
Man, I actually do remember this band. They had their songs on mp3.com back when that was still a thing. I still have digital copies of “Boy Next Door” and “Left Behind” on one of my hard drives. Also, looking for those, I happened to find an interview I had saved from an old website. An interview with Loose End*s Dale Huntington 1) So, how long have you guys been together? We have been together for about 18 months. Bryan and I actually formed a band about 3&1/2 years ago called Inside Joke. We were both unsaved at the time.… Read more »
Hey Jend! Thanks for sharing that interview! Loose End were yet another one of those great lesser known bands that just fell through the cracks. Thanks for reading and sharing! Christ bless you!