Sunday, 3 February 2013

Richard Hawley


Some may have not heard of Richard Hawley before this, but it is one of these artists that is definitely worth loading on the iPod before a road trip. The Englishman is well-known for this contribution to big names such as Pulp, the Arctic Monkeys, and some other great bands of the UK music scene.

At the Hi-Fi there was a mixed crowd: a few young fellas, middle-aged couples, and the usual reviewers. The tone of the night was very relaxed: no security barrier for the photographer´s pit, a few mid-forties slowly sipping their beers, however the venue was full.

I couldn´t stay too long but I had the chance to listen to a few of the tracks of the new album and they really sound great live. The guitar went a bit dark and fuzzy in a couple of pretty nice solos and Richard expressed his gratitude to the audience after the first two songs.

It was an easy-to-listen, mellow show, nothing too extraordinary but still nice to get a feel of what´s going on across the sea, outside the major summer festivals.

Thanks for reading.




Richard Hawley


Richard Hawley


Richard Hawley


Richard Hawley


Richard Hawley


Richard Hawley


Richard Hawley

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