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"Loud Like Love" is a song by English alternative rock band Placebo, from their seventh album Loud Like Love. It was released as a digital download single on 6 August 2013, and later on 7" vinyl.
The single release consists of four tracks – the song, its piano rendition and two remixes.
Furthering their collaboration with the American transgressive novelist Bret Easton Ellis, fashioned by the music video for "Too Many Friends", Placebo released a similar video for "Loud Like Love", also by Los Angeles director Saman Kesh. Ellis narrates the music video, which revolves around comparable plot lines and can be viewed as either a sequel or a parody of the "Too Many Friends" video.
All tracks written by Placebo (Brian Molko, Stefan Olsdal and Steve Forrest).
||"Loud Like Love"
||"Loud Like Love (Piano Version)"
||"Loud Like Love (TWOS Remix)"
||"Loud Like Love (Villa Remix)"