FSM Favorite : The Hudson Branch

FSM Favorite : The Hudson Branch

Time for a new entry to our list of favorites! The honors go to The Hudson Branch this time, a five-piece from Chicago.
Eventhough the band already has two albums and a couple of EPs in the pocket, they’ve only just popped up on our ‘radar’ (yeah as if we have a radar right!?) with their superb track Do You Want To Dance.

So far so good right? Scroll a bit down and you’ll find their track Clouds, one of their older tracks; fine example of classy indie-rock!

The band started on a three EP project Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.
Yesterday, which saw the light in January, was inspired by past pop icons Bill Withers and The Jackson Five.
Next EP Today will be inspired by the world of dance, hip-hop, and electronica.
For the last part of the project, Tomorrow, The Hudson Branch plan to showcase what they’ve gleaned from working with public radio programs, creating songs by experimenting with found audio, mash-up, and sound manipulation. Sounds like an ace plan right?

The Hudson Branch have opened a Kickstarter to fund their forthcoming release.
For just $20, you can get your hands on an advance signed copy of their third studio album.
For more information on how you can pre-order and help the band reach their target, head over to their project page!

Don’t forget to give them a like on Facebook!

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