Loudhailer Electric Company, four piece original psychedelic band featuring members of prophetic cult bands Red Guitars, Dead Fingers Talk and The Planet Wilson.
Watch our live 2022 show reel with clips from four tracks:
Expect original psychedelic sounds, an eclectic blend of rebel rock from across the ages, with tacit nods to garage punk, psychedelia, Americana and acid folk/rock. Listen up for songs telling stories of road trips, myths & legends and sci fi. The band have three albums released on DHM Record label distributed by Label Worx.
Based in Hull, UK, the band are putting gigs in the diary for 2022 and 2023, mostly in the north of England and have a couple of festival slots to look forward to but are open to dates anytime.
The band have BBC 6 Music airplay, regularly gig, and always put on a great show.
“The room rocked from the first track to their encore. If you do nothing else this year, get yourself to another of the Loudhailer Electric Company’s Psychedelic Gatherings and enjoy their sound for yourself.” Browse Mag.
Loudhailer Electric Company are:
Lou Duffy-Howard – Songwriter and vocalist/bassist Lou had Indie chart topping success with recently reformed influential indie band Red Guitars, best known for No. 1 single Good Technology and Independent album Slow to Fade, before releasing two albums on Virgin Records.
Jeff Parsons – Influenced by The Who and American psychedelic bands, and with a first album produced by the late great Mick Ronson, Jeff’s upside down guitar style sends the Loudhailer Electric Company into orbit.
Richard Duffy-Howard – Poet, former space age trance world dub band spoken wordsmith and acoustic guitarist.
Dave Burnby – The rock that anchors Loudhailer is provided by veteran of the Hull band scene, Dave Burnby. Dave took on the role of Thunder Conjurer in 2021. From behind his prized Eddy Ryan custom drum kit, Dave lays down the rock steady beats and rhythmic interpretations that drive the band.
“Loudhailer Electric Company are a great festival band …straight out of the gates we are presented with the sound of a highly competent band that to me sound a bit like a psychedelic Siouxsie and the Banshees.” Terrascope Magazine.
Album of the Year: “Cursus is a wonderful album featuring nine original tracks of psychedelic sounds underpinned with a myriad of references to folk, classic rock and other genres. The music is highly atmospheric, immersive and hypnotic with the ability to transport the listener to another time and place (mystical or otherwise).” Across The Universal Soundscape
“Loudhailer Electric Company? Brilliant!” Alan Raw, BBC Introducing