Irish brothers Harry and Alfie Hudson-Taylor exude unique energy into live performances of original Irish folk/ Americana music.
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Irish folk/Americana duo Hudson Taylor comprises brothers Harry and Alfie Hudson-Taylor. Since first emerging on Youtube and Dublin’s Grafton Street many years ago as Harry and Alfie, they rebranded to Hudson Taylor marking a shift in maturity and direction. The duo has been growing and evolving to match that ever since, supporting the likes of Hozier, Gabrielle Aplin and Rodrigo y Gabriela on their respective North American tours.
Genre: Irish Folk / Americana.
From: Dublin, Ireland.
Style: Hudson Taylor’s live performances exude unique energy. The duo makes the audience feel like a part of the band, whether it be interacting with the crowd, singing harmonies back and forth with everyone, or dancing along to their songs, the experience is unforgettable. The guys credit their energetic performances to the adrenaline of the crowd and the great musical chemistry they have with their band.
If you like: Kawala, Kodaline, Little Green Cars, Lewis Watson, Orla Gartland, Gabrielle Aplin.
Listen to… their album ‘Loving Everywhere I Go’
Five years since the release of their debut album, Irish brothers Harry and Alfie Hudson-Taylor are proud to confirm the details for their second long-player.
“This record has taken us three years to make, working on it has brought us all over the world and capturing it all has been so much fun. It’s the sounds of Seattle, Nashville, New York City and our home town Dublin all in one album.” – Harry and Alfie.
Watch… ‘What Do You Mean?’