What’s My Scene magazine is proud to present the video premier of Hussy Hick’s new single, Silence Creeping.
Although they’ve been playing together since 2005, February 2018 marks ten years since Gold Coast act Hussy Hicks released their first album and undertook their first National Tour. It’s been an amazing decade with the release of five full length albums, many circumnavigations of the globe, playing countless gigs in the US and Europe as well as pretty much every festival and town in Australia.
To celebrate this landmark the girls are starting their National Single Release Tour in WA and then across the East Coast for a string of gigs from the 17th February and stretching all the way into June.
Complete Australian dates
17-18 Feb Boyup Brook Country Music Festival WA
20 Feb – Perth Blues Club WA
21 Feb – Mojo’s Fremantle WA
22 Feb – Settlers Tavern Margaret River WA
23 Feb – Karma Rottnest WA
24 Feb – South West Blues Club WA
25 Feb – Redcliffe on the Murray, Pinjarra WA
1 March – Live at the Backlot, Perth WA
2 and 3 March – Nannup Music Festival WA
4 March – Clancy’s Fish Pub Dunsborough WA
9,10,11 March Port Fairy Folk Festival VIC
14 March – Open Studio Northcote VIC
15 March – Republic Br Hobart TAS
16, 17 March – Forth Festival TAS
23rd March Currumbin Soundlounge QLD
25th March – Stag and Hunter, Newcastle NSW
6 April – Royal Mail Goodna QLD
15 April – Bleach Festival – Gold Coast QLD
May 3 – Surfers Paradise Live Festival (Gold Coast Music Awards)
May 6 – Surfers Paradise Live Festival
8-10 June Peak Festival Perisher NSW
New Release –
The new Single and accompanying Video was a track that really took it’s sweet time coming, it sat in a lyric book for a good three years before it was ready to be called a song and not just a string of words on paper. It has a haunting but resolute melody that musically reflects the torment depicted lyrically, the desperate inability to get out of your own head, your own prison of mental suffering.
Checkout the stunning Music Video for Silence Creeping which premiered right here at What’s My Scene, and shot on their property in Northern NSW, directed by the girls themselves and edited by James Wills.
Fearlessly independent, Hussy Hicks are making their own way in the musical landscape. This album cements their reputation as musicians who have truly dedicated passion, courage, creativity and adistinct refusal to compromise their vision.
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