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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Bristol band The Hideaways are Danny Pugh (Vocals, Guitar), Tim Burden (Guitar, Synth), Sam Bendall-
Weeks (Bass) and Jack Ford (Drums). Influenced by artists such as Foals, Biffy Clyro and The National, they play innovative Alt-Rock built on ramped up riffs, head-pounding percussion and unbridled angst.

The Hideaways started in August 2017, evolving fromPugh, Bendall-Weeks and Ford's previous project Blitzkrieg City, the trio wishing to evolve their sound into something heavier and more experimental.

Since their inception The Hideaways have brought their intense live show to Manchester's The Bread Shed and The Dublin Castle in Camden to name just a couple. This is alongside building a dedicated following in Bristol, most recently culminating in a triumphant headline gig at Hy-Brasil Music Club in front of a sold out 250 strong crowd. They've also recently played at The Amex Stadium in Brighton, sold out their headline show in Bristol, and have supported acts such as Big Country & Glass Caves.

The new single I Can See Pluto will be released in May. Recorded at the iconic Monnow Valley Studios and produced by Matt Glasbey (Editors, Future Of The Left) and Tom Manning (Marmozets, Bullet For My Valentine),

Pluto is the bands darkest and most ominous release to date. Jumping abruptly from quiet to heavy and from tranquil to chaotic, the song showcases a different side to the bands songwriting whilst still retaining the core Hideaways sound heard on previous singles Wolves and I'm Here, Storm.

The music video is out on the 9th of May with the single due for release a week later on the 16th of May via all major digital platforms.

Catch the band live:
The Great Escape , Brighton, Mucky Duck, 17th May
Dot 2 Dot Festival Bristol, Mr Wolf's, 26th May
Headline show @ The Louisiana, Bristol, 31st May
Spice of Life, London, 21st July






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