Folk duo Hudson Taylor will perform at the Hot Spot Music Club in Greystones on Saturday, February 29 at 9 p.m. Tickets are €22 at thehotspot.ie.
Since their debut, they have released one studio album along with three EPs, and have built up a reputation as one of the greatest new folk acts around right now.
While Hudson Taylor officially formed in 2011, the band goes back a lot further than that, since the two men that make the duo up are brothers. Alfie and Harry Hudson-Taylor grew up in a very musical house as the sons of a musician father and a mother who was a dancer by trade would do.
It was only natural that they would pick up guitars and start playing covers of the Beatles and Beach Boys songs that their father would share with them from an early age.
Soon after the brothers built up a repertoire of covers, they started busking in the centre of their home city, Dublin, and put some of their first songs up as videos on YouTube. Five years since the release of their debut album, Irish brothers Harry and Alfie Hudson-Taylor are proud to confirm the details for their second long-player - Loving everywhere I go - to be released on Feb 28, 2020.