Loudhailer Electric Company – original psychedelic sounds
“I’m the Time Traveller, I’ll break your heart.” You may recognise the story…
GIG ALERT! Last Loudhailer Electric Company gig of 2019:
Sunday December 15th Loudhailer Yuletide Gathering at O’Riley’s Hull Click for tickets
Loudhailer Electric Company’s second release mini album Morpheus is dripping with guitar laden original psychedelic sounds and songs telling stories of road trips, myths & legends and sci fi.
Loudhailer Electric Company release Morpheus new EP Morpheus and Underneath the Underground are now released on the band’s DHM Record Label and available on Bandcamp from the summer solstice and on all the usual digital outlets including Spotify and iTunes now.
“Cutting edge, psychedelic music of the highest quality.” Tom Robinson show on BBC 6 Music.
“I’m finding myself lovin’ Morpheus. That guitar is peeling the paint off my wall!” Jungle Jim Ward, Byron Bay, Australia
‘Loudhailer Electric Company take us on a trip through a mystical realm of dreams, dragons, gorgons, gods and star-crossed time travellers and delivers us safely back to earth to the sound of chiming acoustic guitars, thunderous drums, bubbling bass and sonic cathedrals of electric guitar. All topped off with delicious vocals. Let Morpheus melt your mind!’
Here we are in a parallel dimension, The Adventures of the Leconauts! Come and join Loudhailer Electric Company Captain Lou Loudhailer, Sonic Architect Parsons, Ricardo the Astral Bard and Bombardier Walker as they traverse the galaxy encountering a myriad of marvellous musical lifeforms and dastardly villains on their quest to perform at the Temple of Song. Thanks to Leconaut buddy Dave Shepherd for his fabulously spacey artwork. Click here to explore the continuing adventures of the Leconauts, chronicled by our Sonic Architect.
Rich & Lou host regular Loudhailer Acoustic Musicians’ Nights and special events – come and play or listen – click here to find out more
Open Bridges: LATEST NEWS 2019: Thank you to everyone who has contributed to our ‘Open Bridges: A River Full Of Stories’ project. Find out more on the Open Bridges website