Hailing from Sheffield, Hot Soles are a rough and ready balls to the wall rock and roll duo. Priding themselves on delivering an incendiary live performance at every show they’ve been enchanting audiences since October 2010 with their rip roaring raucous soul vibe.
Their refreshingly new take on an old style of songwriting has seen Hot Soles turn heads all over the globe. Even in their relative musical infancy the duo can boast two incredible jamming sessions with the legendary Duane Eddy on BBC Radio, performing to 20,000 people to honour Jessica Ennis’ homecoming and countless pan-European appearances and festival dates.
Along with slaying Europe the lively, frolicking two-piece have also played alongside and supported an abundance of well known artists, including The 1975, Katmen, Big Boy Bloater, Reptile Youth, Heartbreaks, The Lightning Seeds, Roots Manuva, All The Young, Hey Sholay, Catfish and the Bottlemen, The Duke Spirit, World Party and The Selector.
It’s clear from acquiring such a shimmering musical CV in such a short space of time that they have a mission. The mission is simple – to make a very loud noise filled with rare groove and ferocious gusto and liven up the musical landscape.