Devon fourpiece Haunt the Woods have a unique sound that combines progressive rock, alternative folk, four part harmonies and spellbinding guitar. The are currently residing and rehearsing in a converted 17th Century church, which is also where they will be rehearsing for soon-to-be recorded new material.
The band released their debut EP in January, introduced by lead track ‘Beautiful Catastrophe’, which has already picked up support from BBC intro and Clash magazine.
Their live show really captures the energy and essence of the band – they have already supported many acts including Sunset Sons and Dry the River, have played main stages at festivals including Boardmasters and Port Eliot, and sell out their local bi- monthly residency at the Plymouth Barbican theatre.
‘Theatrical and impeccable wonderment. They’re Incredible’ – BBC Introducing 2016
‘Remarkably unforced, their songwriting has a plaintive yet entirely natural feel’ – Clash magazine 2017
‘Haunt the Woods have jumped straight up to the top of my list of “ones to watch”’ – Belwood Music 2017