Digitally released on the 14th December 2018, the Morning After The Madness EP is the new 4 track offering from Sheffield (UK) based ‘Habberdash’ and builds upon the bands early promise and takes their melodic impulses into more ambitious directions. Recorded at the renowned Treehouse Studios in Derbyshire (UK), Habberdash are to unearth what they aspire to be an enticing introduction to a young band who still have a lot more to offer.
MORNING AFTER THE MADNESS EP
01 – Superstar 02 – Hear You Say 03 – Like A Lover 04 – What Do We Know
The Habberdash story began in 2013 as friends armed with the verve and determination to deliver music that is both packed with infectious melodies and their own amalgam of guitar-driven alternative pop-rock. Quickly developing a potent reputation for their exuberant on-stage performances, Habberdash have earned headline appearances around their native South Yorkshire, performed at Y Not Festival and have opened stages for the likes of The Buzzcocks and Crazy Town. The Habberdash guys collectively ride an eclectic wave of musical influences including Lower Than Atlantis, The Beatles, Nirvana, Issues, Don Broco, Twin Atlantic and Bruno Mars.
In late 2017, the band consisting of Kriss Stainton (Vox), Hayden Marshall (Bass), Ashley Houlden (Guitar) and Andrew Holland (Drums), headed into ‘TreeHouse Studios’ to develop new material under the guiding wing of producer Daniel Jeffery. The end result becoming a significant leap in the bands refinement of sounds and musical maturity. This collection of material forms their attention grabbing new EP ‘Morning After The Madness’.
In recent months of 2018 the band’s recognition and popularity has grown in stature following the release of the anthemic pop-tinged alt-rocker ‘Like A Lover’ and the harder hitting modern rock vibes of ‘What Do We Know’. Both single releases have generated Habberdash some serious praise from online media and helped push their music on to radio airwaves across the whole of the UK and far beyond.
With a huge amount of talent, confidence and creativity, Habberdash are intent on laying the groundwork to be recognised as a new force in British rock music.