Alt-rock duo Loveless share new track ‘I Love it When It Rains’ and announce huge US tour

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Alternative rock duo Loveless have shared their new single I Love It When It Rains out now via Rise Records. Inspired by those moments that feel too difficult to endure, ‘I Love It When It Rains’ is about fighting through the storm to be there for those you love most.

Watch the new music video here

“I’m so thrilled to finally unveil our new single, ‘I Love It When It Rains’. When we first got together with Andrew Goldstein, I knew immediately we were onto something magical,” shares Julian Comeau. “That iconic riff, the huge melodies, everything came together so quickly and effortlessly. The words came out of me easier than breathing, telling a story about wanting to be there for someone through every hurdle, even if it might break you, and that sometimes to get through, we have to go together.” 


He continues: “It’s about accepting that we all go through so much, so what’s another breakdown if it means the person you love will be okay on the other side. I wrote this song when my mother was sick and fighting hard, she had been released from and suddenly re-admitted to the hospital the day we had the session. I was terrified, I didn’t know what would happen next, but I knew I was going to be there for her no matter what. She is my biggest supporter and championed me through so much, and ultimately I’m just so grateful that I get to share this song with her. I hope this track finds the people who need to hear it most, I hope it empowers you and helps you realize your trauma and your pain does not define you, but how you fight through it certainly can.”

In addition to the new single, Loveless also announced a huge North American headline tour for later this year with support coming from Beauty School Dropout and Julia Wolf. Kicking off on September 13th in Las Vegas, the month and a half long run features stops in Dallas, Cleveland, Toronto, New York, Atlanta, Portland, Las Angeles, and more. 

Loveless will also be performing at this year’s Reading and Leeds Festival as well as Shaky Knees Music Festival and BottleRock Napa Valley in the US, ahead of their upcoming North American headline tour. Fans can look forward to more music in the coming months. Stay tuned for more info at

Loveless first met in 2019 and released their debut single ‘Better’ in April 2020, just as COVID lockdown restrictions began to go into full force. The limitations prevented any touring plans and found Loveless embracing social media to connect with fans globally. Over the past few years Loveless has continued to release music and in the process built an astonishing community online with nearly 2M TikTok followers, 1.3M Spotify monthly listeners, over 269k YouTube subscribers, 5M monthly streams on Pandora, and over 306k+ followers on Instagram.

In 2023 the band signed to Rise Records and released their label debut “I Hope I’m Not Sick”. They went on to headline shows across the US, UK, Europe and Australia, making for the band’s biggest year yet.