11:25am - 11:55am (Saturday)
Bloodhound are a grunge-rock three-piece from Hull. Formed in 2015, they have continued to advance their sound year on year with the release of two singles and their upcoming debut EP.
Bloodhound draw influence from contemporary and early grunge bands including Drenge, Dinosaur Pile-Up, Royal Blood and Queens of The Stone Age. The Hull three-piece bring high-octane riffs, intense rhythms and tightly crafted melodies to their sound to form the constant variation that fills their songs. In the past, the band have played at Hull’s infamous Humber Street Sesh as well as supporting the likes of False Advertising, Of Allies and Man of Moon.
They released their debut EP in January 2018 and as the year continues, the band will embark on their first ever UK tour, play festival dates, release new music and begin recording for their next big release. “Growing in stature with every performance and one of the star turns on the Humber Dock Stage at this year's Humber Street Sesh.” - Mark Page (The Sesh) "Growing to be a fine force of Hull nature" - The Sesh “They really come into their own as the songs open up into some grooving, funking, Hendrix-esque blues rock.” - Luke Goodhand (VOXX Magazine) “Think Queens of the Stone Age during their later phases (Era Vulgaris), when they went back to the rip roaring basics.” - Luke Goodhand (VOXX Magazine) “Damn good stuff!” - Luke Goodhand (VOXX Magazine)