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“They have honed a raucously engaging sound that puts them right up there with the most exciting new bands” - Gig Radar

The Hideaways: the Bristol-based trio famed for charged lyrics, thunderous drumming and trip-hop infused electronic music, release their latest EP PEER/STARE on Sink Records. 

 

Released 04 March 22 the four track EP comes off the back of a sold-out Bristol Rough Trade show. In their latest release, The Hideaways bring a fresh new sound, dripping in lyricism and rollicking choruses. 

 

In PEER/STARE the trio build on the rambunctious energy of their earlier work, ditching the polished production in favour of a raw and edgy soundscape. Fans of Massive Attack may sense the influence of Bristolian legend Stew Jackson, who came on board to help The Hideaways further develop their signature style. Speaking ahead of launch, lead singer Danny Pugh said:

 

“We created this EP differently, detuning the synths and making it feel rawer. Stew took our vision, gave it a pulse, and brought it to life. He’s crafted an early ‘80s sound with the drums taking inspiration from Talking Heads. It’s live music for low-lit rooms where you dance around like a weirdo.” 


As spring approaches, and the boys emerge from their greenhouse of 1980s-inspired-synths and driving drums, now is the time for PEER/STARE..

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2022 © The Hideaways
Produced by Stew Jackson
Written by The Hideaways

Performed by The Hideaways and Stew Jackson

Mixed by Stew Jackson

Mastered by Rik Dowding at Sonic Mastering
Made in UK.

All Rights Reserved.

Members

Danny Pugh (Vocals, Guitars)

Tim Burden (Guitars, Keys)

Jack Ford (Drums)

Contact

For all bookings and press enquiries, please

email info@thehideawayshq.com

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Media

"They create a vast, futuristic soundscape that teeters between floaty and ferocious" - FAME Magazine

"Energetic, punchy and endlessly enticing" - GIGsoup

"Soaked in emotive lyricism, floaty synths and strokes of futuristic electronica that exhibits the Bristol band’s dynamic flair. With whirring riffs and a rollicking rhythm, they create a rich, distorted soundscape that is texturally exquisite" - Flex Music Blog

"Endlessly energetic and entirely unpredictable" - MSN

“They have honed a raucously engaging sound that puts them right up there with the most exciting new bands” - Gig Radar

“[CLOWNFIGHT] is the second tune we’ve heard of theirs, and if they keep growing like that they will be stratospheric” - BBC Introducing

“a ramped up explosion of guitar riffs, thunderous drumming and emotionally charged vocals”Girls At The Rock Show

“The sound is heavy and experimental. If you like anthemic rock The Hideaways are definitely ones to watch!”Fresh On The Net

“[Luminescence] is full of raging guitars and thunderous drumming, it is frantic and rowdy, the perfect loud song to take your frustrations out on by listening to.”Girls At The Rock Show

“Thunderous drumming and arena rock friendly hooks with a super slick studio polish — but interestingly, there are subtle nods to shoegaze...” - The Joy Of Violent Movement NYC

“Luminescence hits you straight between the eyes from the off. It’s a full-frontal attack with one hell of a repeat hard riff. It reminds me of Firestarter. It’s right up my street.” - Fresh On The Net

“A towering chorus, mindboggling electricity here and there and fervid, hair-raising vocals” - Turn Up The Volume