High-energy, high-intensity and high demand. These are just some of the elements that come to mind when heeding into the popular alternative-rock group ‘The Hideaways’. Based in the musically minded city of Bristol- England, the spirited trio of twenty-something musicians have just released their latest track and music video titled ‘I’m Here, Storm’, embedded with a heart-pounding movement that will send you into a state of irrepressible groove. Ramped up with energetic riffs, pulsing percussion and unbridled angst, The Hideaway’s strive to render the same level of intensity on record with this finely-tuned new single.
Priding themselves on their live shows, the band have already succeeded a massive start to the year, just last week selling out their show at Hy-Brasil Music Club in Bristol, and recently supporting Big Country and Glass Caves. They are also booked to perform later this year at the Amex Stadium in Brighton before the Premier League Football match. ‘I’m here, Storm’ is the first peek into The Hideaway’s venture to envelop their raw and energetic alternative-rock sound into an efficacious record.
The hot-blooded and unapologetically brash reaction that surround the alt-rock group provide them with ample space within the modern music industry, drawing in huge traction from the indie, alternative and rock markets across an extensive demographic.
The featured track, recorded at Monnow Valley Studio, develops straight into a deeply unravelled tune, starting off with a funky electro-bass, falling gracefully into a rocky and curt beginning verse. Reflecting that of indie artists like The Wombats and The Kooks, The Hideaway’s sound provides a mixture of dynamic, passive-aggressive components, fashioning a well-executed and enjoyable alternative/indie rock character.
The music video for ‘I’m Here, Storm’, now available on all major platforms, illustrates an expressive storyline of emotional conduct. Set in an eerie woodland, the abstract film clip represents a craze-filled turn of events, encompassing the robust and electrifying nature of the song. With a big year ahead and considerable plans for the future, The Hideaways launch into a fresh, new marketplace of music lovers, aligning their already large fan-base to conjure up a well anticipated future record and a spot on our festival line-ups for 2018.
The Hideaways – I’m Here, Storm
The Hideaways – Chain The Great
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