With a sound both timely and timeless, it’s of little surprise that sets from the band at last year’s Great Escape and Dot to Dot festivals drew impressive crowds; their contemporary take on ‘90s slacker pop speaking volumes to an already burgeoning fanbase.
Taking the effervescent energy of indie-pop buzz bands such as JAWS
, and combining it with an irrefutable tenacity that owes far more to punk’s DIY ideals than the polished production of the aforementioned, The Hubbard’s occupy an uncharted middle ground, bridging the gap between mainstream indie-pop and hipster swagger, a formula that has seen tracks played on both Radio One and 6Music, while previous singles 'Easy Go
' and Cold Cut
‘ were both used on ‘Made In Chelsea’.