“Gloriously guitar-heavy British Indie Rock - shot through with raw bluesy fire"
Sheffield’s fast-paced, 3-piece indie-rock band, FloodHounds, takes you from British Indie rock to raw American blues and hits you like a British Black Keys or White Stripes - with just a hint of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.
“Go see them live, they’re one of the finest bands this city has produced and I cannot recommend their live performance highly enough. Caught them at Tramlines Festival - absolutely on form!” BBC Introducing Sheffield’s host Christian Carlisle, a consistent supporter, said as FloodHounds made his Top 30 Tracks of the year
FloodHounds have been picked by top indie promoters This Feeling to open their first big Sheffield show of 2018, after supporting a run of touring bands, including; Sleeptalking, Childcare, God Damn and Fat White Family. They’re kicking off early 2018 supporting The Blinders on their UK tour in Derby.
With a fresh batch of new music due out in early 2018, and successful gigs across the North, FloodHounds are roaming the UK, with a string of London gigs under their belts, and climbing the festival ladder, They’re playing the kind of music that prompted “It’s All Indie” blog to say; “it might be 10am on a Sunday morning, but FloodHounds makes me feel like it's 10pm on a Friday night.”
FloodHounds are; “Raw, plucky, spirited and confident, basically everything you could ever wish for from a young UK breakthrough group,” - Record of the Day