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- The Hedrons music is decidedly one part Ramones-esque brawn, one part femme-fatale roar, and one part ruthless guitar-driven nerve. Or as lead guitarist Rosie humorously puts it, “If you listen to us, you wouldn’t realise it was girls until Tippi starts singing – you’d think it was a bunch of big hairy guys playing.” And although the girls would personally describe their sound as the modern love child of the Foo Fighters and Joan Jett, they would also say that the very same is proudly godfathered by Iggy Pop & The Stooges.
The band’s first single ‘Be My Friend’ released in July 2006 on Scottish indie label Measured Records hit the official UK charts as a top 20 Indie Single, selling out of its limited edition vinyl pressing as did the second single ‘I Need You’, released in October and ‘Heatseeker’ released in January 2007 both achieved top 5 indie chart success. The debut album album ‘One More Won’t Kill Us’ was released in February and hit the official Top 40 indie album charts.
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The Hedrons will be playing a free gig at Be in Belhaven on Saturday 2nd August 2008. The event starts at 11am and The Hedrons are onstage at 9.30pm. The event is free!!!
See you there!!!!
Date: 2nd August 2008
Event: Be in Belhaven
Venue: Belhaven Park, North Drybrough Road, Wishaw
Event starts: 11am
Hedrons on Stage: 9.30pm
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News Just In…..
The atmosphere in the recording studio is really hotting up. There are too many creative forces at work in camp Hedron. So far we’ve had tantrums, slappings, broken dishes, smashed drum skins, a smashed drummer and an engineer walk out. Always when we start out, there is fun, laughter and nonsense but after a couple of weeks the tension sets in. It’s our artistic temperament and makes for a good record. Before you ask, we’re no where near finished the second album. You will know timescales in good time. So, sit back, relax and watch us on You Tube or something in the meantime.
You could of course come along to Café Rio on Hyndland Street, Glasgow and see us (Tippi & Soup) otherwise known as Patsy & Paris spin the steel wheels on Saturday 8th March. The night is called Discology so you’ll hear tracks that inspired us to pick instruments and play in bands. We’ll take great delight in playing tracks that influenced The Hedrons and we’ll also be downright indulgent which we’ll not apologise for.
You’ll need 3 items.
A pair of shoes good for dancing
Plenty of cash to buy us drinks since we’ll not charge on the door
Your lucky pants
See you there!
Patsy & Paris
AKA, Tippi & Soup
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As most of you will already know, I usually do a daily tour diary when I'm away playing gigs with The Hedrons that are published on my Bebo page and the Myspace. Well, I was asked by a website in America if I would mind doing a piece to sum up 2007, which was a very exciting time for the band. Well, my first ever published piece is up for you all to see! So, if you have a spare 10 minutes please have a gander. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.
Just click this link: http://www.powerlinead.com/rock
That's all for now!
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