1. Only Love
2. Pictures Of The None
The French sextet Birdy Hunt was born in the year 2007. A story that begins at a party is one that begins rather well don’t you think?
Upon their first meet around 4 years ago, the chemistry between the members of the group was instinctive. So much so that the compositions of their first titles took place during initial band practices, immediately driving them, their rock attitude, and overflowing energy, to their natural element - the stage.
Summer gave way to a tour in England, the land of rock and profound respect for rockers. The tour was organised with the help of a friend who made it all happen, fifteen dates allowing the six boys to do their thing and strengthen their game. With about ten titles to their act, there was already plenty to give them all the good times and motivation they needed to soon bring them to the London studios of Denmark Street.
The return to Paris was already a promising one with many concerts ahead (Scène Bastille, Showcase...) giving Birdy Hunt the opportunity to keep strong after their England tour and especially work on their stage act. In 2008, things took up a pace with their recording of their first titles, although it remained unpublished.
In 2010, things were really starting to begin for Birdy Hunt. Their music is guarranteed to please us all. With the strong support of Combo 95, which allowed them to play live and to benefit from a wide range of contacts, the band is definitely climbing their way up to the top and is even scheduled to show on the line up of the well known festival Découvertes du Pringtemps de Bourges this year.
The band's new EP in close collaboration with Mazarin (the sound ingeniere for Benabar, Olivia Ruiz, No one is Innocent...) is a concentrated energy of rock based on a real melody with a slight taste of already established groups such as Two Door Cinema Club, The Kooks or even more Hockey. There are no doubts that the outcome of this first EP will establish them as a group that must be followed closely in the scene of French rock.