Elementary, my dear Huzzband
Nephu Huzzband release their album Elementary in Oct 09 and have just secured a deal with Rough Trade to stock the album.
Elementary is the stunning debut album from Nottingham's artrock punksters and the band headline Tom Robinson's Fresh on the Net festival on Tues Oct 20th at The Riverside Studio's in London.
Combining a large range of influences to create a sound that is unique to themselves. Nephu Huzzband bring together elements of Indie, Post-Hardcore, Screamo, Art-Rock, New wave, Old School Emo and Punk to create a fresh sound that many people struggle to classify, most agree on the quality though…
In what promises to be a breakthrough year for the band , they have already been nominated for Best Live Album of 2008 at the inaugural Music Producers Guild Awards for the band's album Live in London
Just over twelve months ago their debut EP Papers received national support on Gideon Coe’s and Liz Kershaw’s BBC 6 Radio shows, the band were then invited to a live Hub Session for George Lamb's BBC 6 Show earlier this year. The single 'Should Have Used An Abacus' was featured on Tom Robinson's BBC 6 show and the band played an exclusive set for Fly TV in 2008. Their remarkable year was confirmed when the band were selected for an exclusive BBC 6 interview with Tom Robinson at the prestigious In The City festival in Manchester.
In the past they have been described as sounding like bands as diverse as Fugazi to Klaxons. Gigging to increasingly receptive crowds, including recent performances with The Victorian English Gentlemens Club, Die! Die! Die!, Notekillers, Fear of Flying, Operator Please and Café de Paris to name a few. Nephu Huzzband create the most unique, vibrant and staccato you ever likely to witness.