Zoe Ball, Radio 2 - “houseofhats your set was stunning, such harmonies. Stayed with me.”
Maverick Magazine - “Certainly a band to watch out for”
Someofitistrue - "Glorious harmonies put you in mind of Crosby, Stills & Nash, Fleet Foxes or another someofitistrue favourite The Staves."
House of Hats deliver a textured and pure sound with male and female figures sharing the lead.
All 4 members, Noddy, James and Brothers Alex & Rob Gigante, have been close friends
for many years. They are all musicians/songwriters/performers and were all part of different
projects in the same music circuit for a long time.
If House of Hats are to be put in the cauldron of emerging singer-songwriter/folk artists, they
certainly bring something new and exciting to the folk scene that has not yet been heard.
The band has just finished putting together the final touches to the debut album. Grammy
Award winning producer Pete Smith has woven together new and old tracks for what is likely
to be a debut album that captures music fans attention in 2013.
Since their first year, 2012, House Of Hats played over 150 shows including slots at Cambridge Folk Festival, Secret Garden Party, the legendary Ronnie Scott's as well as regularly selling out their Brighton residency, The Harvest Sessions, to a loyal local fan-base.
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