Hidden Charms play upbeat 60s music that makes you want to get up and dance, and their combination of California surf rock and British attitude works together like palm trees and strawberries (maybe?). Most of their songs would make the perfect soundtrack for just about any Tarantino film – just imagine Pulp Fiction’s Mia Wallace dancing to ‘It’s Time’.
With three of the boys in Hidden Charms swapping around their instruments and taking turns playing lead, rhythm and bass guitar, you’re in for a different kind of live show. Having just finished a mini-tour playing support for multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter, Hanni El Khatib, they’re now on to new adventures around the UK.
You can catch them at The Lanes in Bristol tomorrow night, at The Old Blue Last in London on April 15th, Fallow Cafe in Manchester on April 17th, at Goldcoast Oceanfest in Croyde on June 19th, Volksfest in Bristol on June 20th and The Blackthorn Festival in Stockport on July 25th. Keep your eyes peeled for more live dates near you, this might just be your new favourite band.