Sydney group Susan Hurley and the Hurricanes stopped by the Walk of Shame earlier in September to share some tracks of their newly released EP. Fusing roots and folk the band created a distinct sound which blends complex layers of melodies, vocals and keys. The guys have played a bunch of city shows lately filling venues such as The Vangaurd and The Gaelic as they share the fruits of their sounds.
Bitter sweet lyrics are wrapped around the beautifully deep throngs of James Menzies double bass bringing a depth and a warmth like no other. It’s this fusing of elements that makes their sound so unique and intriguing.
The guys took time out to come onto Bondi FM and share the stories behind the music. Below is out first snippet which describes some of the history and make up of the band and how it came to be. The guys stayed a while sharing 3 beautiful tracks in total, here’s how it began:
The full interview can be downloaded in it’s full splendour from here