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The Hudson Super 6 announce new EP on Ingue Records – out 9 June

The Hudson Super 6 are returning with their unique blend of fuzzed-up blues-tinged desert rock with the release of their new EP, Ride The Tiger on 9 June 2017 via Ingue Records. Listen here

Based in Derby the four-piece are somewhat of a supergroup from the city, formed from the remains of cult angular noise-mongers Cable, arty quietcore band Iris and one-time Shifty Disco and Fierce Panda noise pop darlings Scribble.

Now more than a decade in as a band, Ride The Tiger marks a return after time away to focus on other projects.

Beginning in 2004 the band quickly gathered an envied live reputation and followed with vinyl singles and a mini album (before it was cool again) for Sumo Construction through the mid to late noughties. A long overdue full length Paul Tipler produced album (Idlewild, Placebo, Stereolab, Eighties Matchbox), This Black Heart, finally arrived in 2013 via IRL.

Out of mothballs for a third time and now signed to Bristol label Ingue Records they have worked with Paul Tipler once again for Ride The Tiger, bringing more of their dark n dirty rock sound to the fore.

The band play a number of live dates to support the release of the EP. Please get in touch if you would like list for any of the shows.

  • 19 May – Leopard, Doncaster

  • 2 June – The Venue, Derby (with Jesus Jones)

  • 10 June – Old England, Bristol

  • 11 June – St James Wine Vault, Bath

  • 15 June – JT Soars, Nottingham

  • 16 June – Hairy Dog, Derby

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