Hatful of Rain play 'The Brunswick'
Hatful of Rain are a Brighton UK based 4 piece, playing Americana tinged acoustic music, centered round the song writing of Chloë Overton.
Formed in 2010 they have enjoyed success with radio play by BBC2s Bob Harris and Mark Radcliffe, releasing 3 albums and an EP of traditional tracks - playing live to audiences up and down the UK. The video for their debut single Way up on the hill has reached 23K views on YouTube.
Hatful of Rain are best seen live, to witness the interplay of instruments such as banjo, guitar, double bass, mandolin and lap steel as each story develops.
Their songs speak of love & loss and the complexities of everyday life and the music is playfully referred to as a style called melanjolly. Praise for their music emanates from Chloës lead vocal presence combined with seamless harmonies.
"Songs of the Lost and Found is an absolute downpour of riches, their best yet" FolkRadio
"They have a gift for writing that draws you into the narrative and keeps you there with them " FATEA
The Brunswick (View)
1 Holland Road
HOVE BN3 1JF
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