THE HOWL & THE HUM
The band deal in darkly elegant, intense guitar music to create rich, cinematic songs with nuanced, lyrical songwriting. They are fronted by Sam Griffiths, one of the most engaging new frontmen to emerge over the last twelve months. His unique stage presence helps make The Howl & The Hum such an essential live act.
Their latest release, Portrait II is the long-awaited blockbuster sequel, three of your four heroes return to make a lonely noise about not moving very far very slowly.
Eerie sounds haunt this isolating story about your friends’ lives blossoming around your own.
Over the summer the band sold-out Camden Assemby Rooms and were added to the Radio X playlist. They played a string of festivals, including Latitude, Citadel, The Great Escape, Live at Leeds, Standon Calling and the BBC Biggest Weekend.
The Howl & The Hum are currently on tour with Boy Azooga, and last week played a spellbinding set at the Scala in London to a packed room.
Following their performance at this year’s Great Escape, the band have been announced as one of the First 50 for the event on 2019, and as part of this will be performing at The Macbeth in London 29th November.
Watch the band perform ‘Godmanchester Chinese Bridge’ below: