Post-Modern Grunge three-piece from West Yorkshire taking influence from an array of artists including Drenge, My Bloody Valentine, Radiohead, and DIIV. Formed in 2015. Bloodhound have achieved significant heights with BBC 6 Music, BBC Introducing, Big Issue North, Man of Moon, and Low Hummer.
Throughout Bloodhound's career, their sound has been constantly evolving from their early Drenge, Royal Blood, and QOTSA roots all the way through to their current, yet to be revealed state, which has been manipulated and drenched by the sounds of My Bloody Valentine, Radiohead, and DIIV.
With a debut album under their belts, Bloodhound have spent the last couple of years meticulously dissecting the response from that album, constructing a brand new, enthralling line-up, releasing a string of smash-hit singles, and carefully crafting the band into something that promises to be more modern, mature, and ambitious than their previous form.
"They deliver what it says on the tin with style and assurance." - Tom Robinson, BBC 6Music
“They were great, they are great, and I don’t think it would be controversial to say they’ll be even better in the future.” - The Gryphon
"It’s them being themselves, it doesn’t sound like they are trying to conform to any particular style, and I respect that.” - Alan Raw, BBC Introducing Humberside
“Totally on it right now.” - Warren Records
“Bloodhound’s fuzzy DIY sound is laced with a sense of doom and foreboding not dissimilar to the likes of Drenge and Demob Happy.” - Sound of Pen
“Growing in stature with every performance” - Mark Page (Sesh Events UK)
“Bloodhound have evolved their hand crafted melodies into sludgy, high octane and intense forms of modern day grunge.” - Counteract
"I heard one song from the back of a golf cart at a festival and it sounded GREAT." - Daniel Mawer (The Sesh & Low Hummer)