If I’m not mistaken once upon a different lifetime there was a band named Hoarsebox who morphed into This Club, recorded a dancey poppy tune called I Won’t Worry and made a video for it in Temple Bar in Dublin. Life became better because of this. Check out the video:
Hoarsebox are a Dublin quartet with an indie-pop sound featuring inventive 4-part vocal harmonies. The guys are currently recording their first full length album in Mississippi with renowned producer Dennis Herring. Their previous release, the EP Cuckooland is full of upbeat, summer-y tunes and to celebrate the summer and share their music Hoarsebox are giving away all five tracks from Cuckooland over the course of the summer for FREE. Yes, you heard right, nada, zilch, rien, nothing.
Just go Here now to get the first two songs Rosey and Tales of the Workplace.
Then share the link or widget with your friends on Facebook, Twitter or even just by plain old-fashioned email. The more people who sign up to get the songs the quicker the third, fourth and fifth download will be released.
This video should explain all:
Regular listeners to my Culture Cafe show on DCUfm, will have heard me play Hoarsebox’s track Work Party, Heck Aisling even spent ages one night telling us how good they are. Now’s your chance to get some free music from the band.
The band are currently in sunny climes in the US finishing their debut album which is due out in September. Hoarsebox are currently working with Dennis Herring who has worked with Counting Crows, Modest Mouse, Elvis Costello, The Hives, not bad names to namecheck.
To get you familar with their sound, Hoarsebox are kindly giving away their Double A single Work Party / Inside Out .. all you have to do is join their mailing list..
For some reason their nice widget doesn’t want to embed but you can get the tracks from their website: http://www.hoarsebox.com/