The beating heart of this electro-pop outfit is the partnership of friends Andy Highmore and Joshua Idehen. A chance meeting in a London bar found the two discussing their mutual appreciation of Beach House's reverbs, Grizzly Bear's barbershop harmonies and the 90's brilliance of Soul || Soul. With Joshua as prime songwriter and vocals and Andy focused on production and keyboard, the two fused their combined musical knowledge and experience to form HUGH. After recording their first demo ?I Can Be Your Light', they recruited friend Martin ?Tino' Kolarides for guitar followed by singer Izzy Brooks lending her enchanting vocals to complete the band.
Drawing from an eclectic mixture of music, this EP documents friendship, loneliness and love in ambient beatscapes and unembellished electronica. 'The main idea behind HUGH and this EP was to combine my love of slightly left field electronic music with my love of great songs and catchy melodies and hooks' explains Andy, ?the songs on this EP show the broad range of our musical interests in the band, from the house influences in 'Charlie' and 'I Can't Figure You Out' to the acoustic and ambient textures on 'I Can Be Your Light'.
Early releases saw HUGH gathering momentum with second single ?Look Back In Laughter' receiving over 20,000 views on Soundcloud in ten days. Hyped by various blogs including Indie Shuffle, Pigeons and Planes, This is Fake DIY and The 405, the band have also received praise from Tom Robinson (BBC 6 Music) and Ally McCrae (Radio 1) and Amazing Radio.
1.Charlie?2.I Can't Figure You Out
3.Not Fair Too Far
4.I Can Be Your Light
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