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Recognised as one of the emerging stars of the Northwest music scene, House Of Cain are pushing the boundaries with self penned roots, blues and folk music. HoC captivate their audience with a range of complex time and tempo changes, intricate arrangements, thought provoking vocals and three part harmonies, for which they are quickly gaining their reputation.
Their sound is another twist on musical genres you can’t quite put your finger on, they will take you on a metaphorical journey through atmospheric ballads and quiet beats which twist into high energy folk, to top it off the strong vocal chorus ensures engaged fans singing, foot stopping and clapping along at gigs and at home. Expect a full strong sound from a band that are not only technically on point, but whose confidence and passion in their original music comes through to the audience. It is like you’ve been listening to them all your life.
The band consists of Rochelle Sutton (Vocals), Neil Pybus (Guitars & Vocals), Mark Roberts (Bass & Vocals) and Andy McCulloch (Percussion).
House of Cain have been spending time gigging around the Northwest and playing numerous festivals nationwide. Jam packed with bookings for more exciting gigs and festivals, epic free downloads and a hotly anticipated album; this year looks set to be exhilarating for any House of Cain fan. Keep your eyes on the band websites for their ever evolving new material, upcoming events and other exciting news.
“House Of Cain are recognised as one of the emerging stars of the Northwest music scene...featuring a new singer who took them one step nearer to ‘House of Fame!’”
- Andrew Blackshaw, www.abajaba.com
“The band gave it everything they could, both musically and energetically, they did it in a relaxed way, looked like they were enjoying themselves, and gave us all some long-lasting memories of great music on a great night.”
- Jane Carter, Mic-Up
“They gave a stunning and moving acoustic performance, performing all original songs...House of Cain provide a captivating performance. Rochelle’s voice is quite literally stunning, its silky and almost classic which fits beautifully with the songs”
“One of their most impressive numbers, ‘No More Excuses’ has a mellow groove, which metaphorically takes the listener on a journey through some quiet beats through some pretty harmony to a hauntingly poignant ending.”
- Lisa Mary, secretsoundsuk.wordpress.com/2013/03/29/ congleton-unplugged/