SHOUSE is Ed and Jack; a couple of friends who like to hang out to make weirdo-house and the occasional anthem. Their live-house sets these days incorporate a network of analog synthesisers, sequencers and drum machines, along with bizarre instruments tinkered up in Jack's dad's rural shed intersperse. House jam interspersed with huge, choral, anthemic moments. Always a chance to dance, bringing the people together as one within a liminal space. Always a strange, ecstatic, transcendental time.
Their recent song Love Tonight has morphed into a global pandemic release phenomenon. Love Tonight has become so many things for so many people. A declaration of love during a time of isolation. A demonstration of solidarity. A cry of collective strength.
Jack and Ed have spent much of 2020 locked down in Melbourne and are ready to reach out across the world in the spirit of Love Tonight. That is all we need.