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- 83 pages photobook with photos from the “I Let It In And It Took Everything” tour 2020, by Mark Unthank. - Limited to 1,000 copies. - Released along the album “The Things They Believe”. Quote from Loathe “Loathe are very excited to unveil the ‘I Let It In And It Took Everything’ tour photo book, featuring imagery courtesy of our touring photographer Mark Unthank. The book is an insight into the very moment we released the record, and documents the performances which took place whilst on the road throughout the United Kingdom during February of 2020. A tour that, poignantly, became the solitary live outlet for Loathe in the year 2020.” Quote from Mark Unthank “I have countless memories from this tour that I cherish dearly. Each story has its own ups and downs and its ins and outs, and it’s with great pride and through great fortune that I’m able to share some of those stories with you visually through the means of this book. For me, the book aims to express the feeling shared by everybody at any of those February shows, from crew to crowd: the sense of being a part of something extraordinary. We all felt like we were witnessing the beginning of something special, but at the same time, the culmination of something that had been a long time coming. Each show was a full immersion into the fullest realisation of the Loathe experience to date, and being there was an experience that I bet most would not soon forget. It’s an experience made even more impactful now knowing that it would serve as the last moments of unrestrained catharsis for so many people, for so long.” Technical Details This book is the product of vision, trust, love, and hard work; it’s now yours to create your own connections with. It's constructed from a soft-touch matte hardcover and 88 perfect-bound inner pages of premium uncoated 120gsm paper, enclosed by 250gsm black endpapers. Inside are more than 100 beautifully presented photographs, over 50 of which have never been publicly seen. Also inside is Mark’s introduction, where he shares insights into the unique photographic process, his connection to the images, and the story that led to the book’s creation.