Artist info

Genre

Indie, Roots


Sounds like

Eddie Vedder, Mumford and Sons, Whitley


band members

Pep Romanelli - Vocals and Guitar, Mark Sinawi - Guitar, Matias Bolla - Bass and Accordion, Tim Cheeseman - Drums


Influences

Mumford and Sons, Gregory Alan Isakov, Fleet Foxes


Bio

HILLSIDE THEORY are an indie/folk band that came together late 2011, made up of four 17 year old students. Originally consisting of only three members, our drummer, Tim Cheeseman proved to be the missing link in the band and joined us no more than a month ago. Since then we have played a number of gigs and are in the process of releasing an EP titled 'Bedlam'. Our feature song, 'Bedlam' off the EP itself is the first of many to come! We find our influences from a wide range of Artists and genres. blending the sounds of Fleet Foxes, Gregory Alan Isakov, Whitley and taking inspiration from the sounds of Pearl Jam and the harmonies of Mumford and Sons. The band is quickly gaining a following from a wide variety of listeners, and are excited for the future. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HillsideTheoryOfficial Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/HillsideTheory/ Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/hillsidetheory

Review

john_k

27 Nov 2012

50

Such a brilliant song, I'm awestruck by it and especially the vocals, can't wait to hear more from them!

Such a brilliant song, I'm awestruck by it and especially the vocals, can't wait to hear more from them!

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Kalita

28 Nov 2012

50

Oh wow, I can't even begin to describe my excitement at learning that a new single had been released. And it did not disappoint in the slightest. ‘Mad Eye’ is an amazing achievement, and it has been one of my favourite songs since the first time I heard it. Harmonies, vocals, lyrics – everything just WORKS. This song gets under your skin, makes you feel something, and that’s why it...

Oh wow, I can't even begin to describe my excitement at learning that a new single had been released. And it did not disappoint in the slightest. ‘Mad Eye’ is an amazing achievement, and it has been one of my favourite songs since the first time I heard it. Harmonies, vocals, lyrics – everything just WORKS. This song gets under your skin, makes you feel something, and that’s why it is so powerful! It’s an absolutely brilliant track, and proves just how promising this unbelievable band is. I am so, so pumped for what will come next, because this song has set an incredible benchmark not only for Hillside Theory, but for other bands as well. Boys, don’t you ever dare stop recording!

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ZahrahNoah

28 Nov 2012

50

So phenomenal ! :) Well done!

So phenomenal ! :) Well done!