London four-piece Hidden Charms will release their brand new single, “Dreaming Of Another Girl”, on July 24th, alongside an extensive string of UK dates. “Dreaming Of Another Girl” was produced by Shel Talmy, the legendary producer behind classics such as The Kinks’ “You Really Got Me” and The Who’s “My Generation,” and serves as the perfect introduction to one of the most exciting bands to emerge from the U.K. in 2015.
Sounding both thrillingly new and yet drenched in musical history, this serendipitously assembled garage rock outfit are chock full of swampy rhythm and blues, with a singer – well, two, actually – reminiscent of Van Morrison at the age of 19; all vim and sticky vigour.
Earlier this year, they premiered a teaser track titled “It’s Time” which quickly garnered attention from critics and music fans alike, receiving organic support and airplay from the likes of KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic with Jason Bentley, BBC Radio 1 and XFM.
Currently in London, Hidden Charms are putting the finishing touches to their debut album, before embarking on their tour this summer. Be sure to catch the band at the following dates and stay tuned for more news to come.
“Dreaming Of Another Girl” will be co-released by B3SCI (Jungle / INHEAVEN / Beach Baby) and the re-launched Deltasonic Records (The Coral / The Zutons / The Dead 60’s) on July 24th worldwide on Ltd Edition 7” vinyl and digitally.
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June 12 – Isle of Wight Festival, Newport
June 14 – Pretty Green London Collections Week
June 19 – Goldcoast Ocean Festival, Croyde
June 20 – Volkfest, Bristol
June 20 – The Cavern, Exeter
June 22 – Soho House, London
July 1 – The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
July 2 – The Venue, Derby
July 3 – Silverstone Woodlands, Silverstone
July 4 – Lennons, Southampton
July 6 – The Waiting Room, London
July 7 – The Keys, Middlesbrough
July 8 – The Greystones, Sheffield
July 9 – Oporto, Leeds
July 10 – Puzzle Hall Inn, Sowerby Bridge
July 25 – Blackthorn Music Festival, Stockport
Aug 1 – Undegun Arts Space, Wrexham