Orange & White Splatter Vinyl
Rising teenage three-piece HotWax release their second EP ‘Invite me, kindly’, out October 18th via Marathon Artists. The new EP was mixed by Alan Moulder (Foo Fighters, Wet Leg) and follows the May release of their acclaimed debut digital EP ‘A Thousand Times’. The two EPs will be paired together for a physical release on orange/white splatter vinyl.
The band are rounding off a stacked summer of festivals and tours having played All Points East (where Yeah Yeah Yeahs dedicated ‘Maps’ to the band), Reading + Leeds (headlining the BBC Introducing stage), Mad Cool, End Of The Road, Dot To Dot, Visions, 4 riotous shows at The Great Escape and more, with the trio still set to embark on North America and UK support tours with Royal Blood this autumn.
"Britain’s most thrilling and fiercely confident new rockers” - NME
“It’s a viciously searing and uncompromising statement of intent to take on all corners in 2023 and beyond. Seriously exciting” - Dork
“they’re a total inspiration – wicked songwriting, stunning stage presence, and a sheer, raw, couldn’t-give-a-flying attitude that punches you to the gut.” - Clash
“A Thousand Times is a zinging calling card from a trio just out of school” - The Independent
“Fresh out of school, the trio are bringing pure, unadulterated raging angst on a level we haven't heard in a while” - Gigwise
“There are few things more exciting in music than the sound of a teenage band who are destined for big things” – NME
‘A Thousand Times’ EP lead single ‘Treasure’ reached the BBC Radio 6 Music B-List as well as a ‘Next Wave’ on BBC Radio 1, with the EP earning widespread support from The Sunday Times, The Independent, NME, Dork, DIY, Clash, Gigwise and many more. Tallulah, Lola & Alfie are ripping up the template and ripping up stages across the UK. Having only recently left school, their rarified live energy and sound has already won the support of Beck, Karen O, Courtney Love, Nova Twins, Wolf Alice, Jack Saunders, John Kennedy and Matt Wilkinson.