“Leaving you with a smile that’s hard to remove”  So Young

In a world brimming with the stark realities of post-punk urbanity, Hutch offers a refreshing oasis of innocent simplicity and extraordinary magic. Born from a soundtrack project for their Mighty Boosh-inspired children’s cartoon, “Mark Monsoon and the Children of the Sky,” Hutch’s enchanting journey began in their shared Brighton home. Shedding their TV ambitions, they embraced the gentle absurdism of their early days, crafting whimsical songs about rainbows, squirrels, and squids sharing back gardens.

Now, with their debut major release, the Smile and Wave EP, Hutch invites listeners into a realm of jangly guitars, angelic four-part harmonies, and rapturous psychedelic explorations. Drawing comparisons to The Babe Rainbow, King Gizzard, Stella Donnelly, and Her’s, their sound is a joyous escape from reality, wrapped in a rosy glow and childlike whimsy.

Join Hutch on their cosy ascent towards radiant paradise, where every note is a celebration of nature’s elemental beauties and small moments of peace in a big hectic world.

“A Glorious Technicolor explosion”  Wax Music

“Wistful vocals and a wide eyed sense of wonder”  Shindig!

“In the face of our ever-teetering mortal frailty and society’s insidiously gloomy enduring political deluges, Brighton based band Hutch airily reject the well-trodden path of disillusionment and choose instead to hone in on life’s elemental joys.” Hard of Hearing

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