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If ever there was a band that deserved to be called ‘swoon-worthy’, it would be Brighton-based psych-folk project, Hollow Hand. Time-travelling on a grand scale, Hollow Hand are influenced by Steeleye Span and Fairport Convention but also enjoy the melodic blessings of classic 60s artists such as The Kinks and Simon and Garfunkel (and even the more meaningful tracks from Britpop group, Dodgy’s back catalogue).
Highly listenable and obviously very groovy, Hollow Hand’s second album Star Chamber has caused enough of a stir to mean that when singer Max Kinghorn-Smith leads them on stage as most people are limping towards the first payday of the year, those that do venture out are guaranteed an entertaining and pleasant saunter through some fabulous songwriting.
Hollow Hand play as part of Triptych, a three day event to perk up music fans in the New Year, courtesy of Love Thy Neighbour. This will be the closing show and support comes from purveyors of post-punk, Winter Gardens, and fellow Brightonian electronica duo, Radidas