Hudson Taylor are brothers from the outskirts of Dublin who make captivating folk-pop songs. Harry, 21, and Alfie, 19, have amassed a huge underground following and their YouTube videos have had over three million views. They spent a large chunk of 2013 on the road. Their year began supporting Jake Bugg, they played two sets in one day at the Rolling Stones’ show in Hyde Park and their hectic summer also involved stop-offs at Glastonbury, Longtitude, Camp Bestival, Bestival and Cambridge Folk Festival. In November, they were the main support on Kodaline’s UK tour. Over three releases (2012’s Battles and Cinematic Lifestyle EPs and 2013’s Osea EP), Hudson Taylor have demonstrated an effortless knack for ear-worming melodies and gentle anthems. The EPs have sold over 20,000 copies to date. "Our music is raw and folky, like Crosby, Stills & Nash or Simon & Garfunkel," says Harry. They now fix their attention towards completing their debut album, planned for release in 2014.
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