Hatchie shares Sugar & Spice video

Hatchie shares new video for "Sugar & Spice"
Hatchie

Australian artist-on-the-rise, Hatchie has released a video for the title track from her anticipated debut EP, Sugar & Spice. Harriette Pilbeam, aka Hatchie, says: “Joe and I spent about an hour filming with the guys and two days drawing for the video. It’s such a fun short song, so we wanted something simple and colourful, and less serious than our previous videos. Joe came up with the concept and we took inspiration from our old school scrapbooks.” Sugar & Spice is due out May 25th via Double Double Whammy.

HATCHIE
SUGAR & SPICE
DOUBLE DOUBLE WHAMMY
MAY 25, 2018

1. Sure
2. Sleep
3. Sugar & Spice
4. Try
5. Bad Guy

TOUR DATES:
5/5 – Leeds, UK @ Live At Leeds
5/5 – Manchester, UK @ Sound City Festival
5/6 – Salford, UK @ Sounds of the Other City
5/7 – Birmingham, UK @ Hare & Hounds *
5/8 – Glasgow, UK @ The Hug & Pint *
5/10 – London, UK @ Shacklewell Arms
5/16 – London, UK @ The Social
5/17-19 – Brighton, UK @ The Great Escape
5/22 – London, UK @ Sebright Arms
6/1 – Brisbane, QLD @ The Tivoli #
6/2 – Adelaide, SA @ Thebarton Theatre #
6/3 – Fremantle WA @ Metropolis #
6/9 – Melbourne, VIC @ The Forum #
6/10 – Sydney, NSW @ The Enmore #
7/12 – Melbourne, VIC @ Worker’s Club
7/13 – Sydney, NSW @ OAF Gallery
7/14 – Brisbane, QLD @ Black Bear Lodge

# w/ DMA’s
* w/ Anna Burch

ABOUT HATCHIE:
Hatchie is the world of Harriette Pilbeam. To hear her music is to step inside her mind; a dreamy landscape where cascading synths, jangling guitars, propulsive rhythms and white noise undulate beneath undeniable and irresistible pop melodies. Rather than focusing on the external world of her daily life in Brisbane, Pilbeam instead turns her gaze inwards, making a soundtrack out of her daydreams, setting her emotional life to song.

Having played in her friends’ bands in Brisbane, namely Go Violets and Babaganouj, Hatchie is Pilbeam’s first foray into solo territory, something she seems undaunted by. “I feel like I’m only just beginning to really assert myself in the world and the Hatchie project has forced me to reassess and make so many positive changes,” she says. “When I look back on this period of time, I think I’ll see Hatchie as a huge evolutionary force in my life.”