From British Indie to raw American Blues, “gloriously guitar-heavy,” and rumbling with subterranean rock; FloodHounds are a swirling explosion of bluesy fire, tearing its way through the UK’s packed and sweaty music venues. Sheffield 3-piece FloodHounds’ hits you like a British Black Keys or White Stripes, inspired by the likes of Band of Skulls, or Drenge with just a hint of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. “Raw, plucky, spirited and confident, basically everything you could ever wish for from a young UK breakthrough group,” Record of the Day says.

GIGS: With recent live sessions for BBC Introducing and Exposed Magazine, plus a fresh batch of new music and videos under their belts, FloodHounds have been gigging across London and the North including: Manchester, Leeds, Derby, and York, playing the kind of music that prompted It’s All Indie blog to say “it might be 10 am on a Sunday morning… but listening to FloodHounds is making me feel like it’s 10pm on a Friday night.”

MUSIC: “Look What You’ve Started” their six-track 3rd EP, (recorded at Sheffield’s 2 Fly Studios with former Arctic Monkey’s producer Alan Smyth,) has been featured by a host of radio stations and reviewers including their long-term supporters BBC Introducing Sheffield, who put FloodHounds at 16 in their annual multi-genre top 50 regional chart for 2016; plus Amazing Radio, It’s All Indie and Exposed Magazine. New music is due out this Spring 2017

FESTIVALS: FloodHounds have played at Tramlines festival and other local festivals for 3 years and were picked, out of 1,200 unsigned bands, to play at Sheffield’s iconic Leadmill for Tramlines 2015 supporting Fat White Family and Hooton Tennis Club to rave reviews from Sheffield’s own Exposed Magazine; “FloodHounds’ rock n roll flawlessness, accompanied by a cheeky enticingness in lyrics, is a perfect addition to the South Yorkshire Sound.” The band’s new 3-piece incarnation emerged late 2014, when founder members Jack Flynn – the vocalist, guitarist and songwriter of the band – and bass player Rhys Owens, discovered Lauren Greaves, when she heard them say they were looking for a new drummer.

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“A band that is really difficult to have a favourite track of because they’re all just so good, but A&E by FloodHounds takes up number 16 of our top 50 tracks of 2016 and well deserved it is too! … Go see ‘em live!”
BBC Introducing Sheffield Jan 2017 –

“a big sound and even bigger stage presence, FloodHounds bring something a little different to the indie-rock genre, with their raw, youthful energy and obvious passion for what they do… an utterly brilliant listen” – Faith Gledhill –

A riptide of swelling vibrations and harmonising melodies, drums thunder, and bass echoes. The vocals climb into the ring as sweet as honey, but ready to land a knockout punch”
– Reyt Good Music Magazine

FloodHounds – I Wanna Know

FloodHounds – Soulmates to Cellmates

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