Bands to keep a watch out for in the future: #5: The Hoosiers

By on Monday, 30th April 2007 at 3:31 pm
 

A few weeks ago I got a random CD in the post. Turns out I’d been put on a mailing list for record companies, and had been sent “The Hoosiers” single “Worst Case Scenario”. After getting over the excitment of getting a free CD, I got round to having a listen. And found I quite liked it.

Granted, they’re not going to set the world on fire with their innovation and new sounds. Yes, they’re quite corporate and unlikely to say the wrong thing. However… they are very catchy. And do have a guy who looks like he’s right out of the 118 adverts. And another guy who looks like he’s from the Feeling. But apart from that they’re great.

Funky, catchy, and oh-so radio friendly they sound like the Kooks and Franz Ferdinand having a montage moment in an 80s film of their night out.

The Hoosiers

They were recently featured on MTV Spanking New Music Week, which is available on MTV Overdrive.

Check them out live at:

2 May 2007: Bar Academdy, Birmingham
3 May 2007: Barfly, London
4 May 2007: Louisiana, Bristol
5 May 2007: King Tuts, Glasgow
6 May 2007: The Social, Nottingham
9 May 2007: The Round House, Manchester
10 May 2007: Water Rats, London
21 May 2007: The Water Rats, London
23 May 2007: Joiners, Southampton
24 May 2007: Charlotte, Leicester
25 May 2007: Maida Vale, London
26 May 2007: Academy, Liverpool
27 May 2007: Cavern, Exeter
29 May 2007: Academy, Newcastle
30 May 2007: Academy, Birmingham
31 May 2007: Academy, Bristol
1 Jun 2007: Soundhaus, Northampton

The Hoosiers’ MySpace

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One Response

6:17 pm
8th March 2008

I think the Hoosiers are fantastic!
The best CD I have ever bought!

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