Gravy Train presents:
HUTCH + DEADHEADING
Entry Requirements: 18+
In 2022 Twang-Pop Post Yacht-Rock Soft-Psychers Hutch had an astounding first year releasing three singles, picking up a strong organic following, hitting the festival circuit, receiving BBC and international radio attention, making the Glastonbury long-list 2022 and selling out both of their headline shows. 2023 has already seen Hutch on tour, taking their Brighton-crafted twang to all new cities and audiences. As well as securing festival slots for the summer and playing sold out shows across the first few months of the year, they are busy writing and recording new material as well as creating live sessions in staple Brighton venues. As the bands sound became more mature and refined, their local and national following marches on: stronger in numbers. If you want to see “a band as good as ‘Rumours’-era Fleetwood Mac” jump aboard the train to twang town and strap in, we’re going to the moon.
“Ultimately we’re left grinning from ear to ear having witnessed a band as good as ‘Rumours’-era Fleetwood Mac” - Nick Mcallister, Brighton Source
A loyal fanbase sang back the lyrics to ‘Mechanical Bull’ sung by Dan: “I don’t know why you try so hard”, an apt ode to a seemingly effortless performance” - Elsa Monteith