Dreaming of a white Christmas….
Had a wonderful time with Martin Tompkins during our latest HeadShy photo shoot. We are busy in the lab creating sonic concoctions. Looking forward to getting back on the road. More soon.
HeadShy is pleased to announce their Glastonbury Festival (official) 2017 lineup: John Baggott (Massive Attack, Portishead) on keys, Simon Edwards (Talk Talk, Billy Bragg) on bass, Clive Deamer (Portishead, Radiohead) on drums, Lisa Lipkin on vocals, Andrew Neil Hayes (Run Logan Run) on sax, Pete Judge (Get The Blessing) on trumpet, Jake McMurchie (Get The Blessing) on sax, and Calum MacColl (Black, Peggy Seeger) on guitar and vocals. We will be performing in the Shangri-La Gas Tower with 360 visuals by Ela Brunel Hawes and Daniel Shutt Thursday, June 22nd at 1 AM and Sunday, June 25th at 2 PM.
We are pleased to announce our first ever UK performances at Glastonbury. We will be appearing in The Gas Tower with amazing 360 visuals by Ela Brunel Hawes and Daniel Shutt. 2 one hour performances Thursday, June 22nd at 1 AM and Sunday, June 25 at 2 AM Shangri-La. Our new line-up is full of surprises. More soon!
HeadShy listening at J & J Studio Bristol.
Happy Holidays from HeadShy in East London! Blimey! Cuff Link an' be merry. Nuff said, yeah?
Don't worry....No animals were harmed.
A sweet moment for you. Our lucky dog Chico gets drum lessons from Clive Deamer while on tour with Radiohead.
Mixes are done! Next up mastering and then off to England. Thank you for all of your support and kind words. All our love too you.
Clive Deamer stopped by HeadShy studios while on tour with Radiohead to listen to final mixes of the new HeadShy album. What a swell guy!
We'd like to thank you all for hanging tight with us and welcome all of our new fans. Working on this album is perhaps akin to having a child. A long, slow and occasionally painful gestation period. In the end we hope to give you something unexpected. We are oh so very close. Just some minor tweaking and then on to mastering. We will have a new photo shoot for you soon.
Hello friends! Had a bit of a plumbing disaster that left our studio in a bit of disarray but all is good now. It's a beautiful rainy day in Austin. We are in the final stages of work on the new HeadShy album. Such amazing performances by Clive Deamer, Simon Edwards, Pete Judge and Jake McMurchie. They are all monsters! A few more tracks to add and then onto the final mix. Thank you so much for your support and talk soon. - Lisa
Today HeadShy would like to thank all of you for your support. We would also like to give special thanks to our new friends in England for their amazing contribution to the new album: Clive Deamer, Simon Edwards and Jim Barr. Here is a sample from the rhythm section of our new album with visuals from our recording sessions in Bristol with furry and non-furry animals.
HeadShy Bristol recording sessions. Clive Deamer recording on a new track called Tripping Up with Simon Edwards on bass and Jim Barr engineering.
It is with great pleasure and excitement that we are announcing our collaboration with drummer Clive Deamer (Portishead, Radiohead & Get The Blessing) and bass player/producer Simon Edwards (Talk Talk, Billy Bragg & Beth Gibbons) on the new HeadShy album. We could not have asked for a better team to explore new musical possibilities with. We are flying to London at the beginning of September to start recording. Will keep you posted with photos and videos.
Very exciting news coming soon. Here are some video stills of Lisa and Reese recording the new album.
Reese doctored a vocal outtake in such a hilarious fashion that it inspired us to create a secret outtakes page. We hope these spots of fun will keep you entertained while we record the new album. www.headshy.com/outtakes
"With “La Belle Epoque” HeadShy prove themselves to be master practitioners of chamber pop."
It is an honor to have such a wonderful review of HeadShy's La Belle Epoque Triple EP written by the renowned and beloved indy blogger Beach Sloth in New York. He understood, in beautiful detail, what we were trying to convey. Read the full review here. http://beachsloth.blogspot.com/2015/05/headshy-la-belle-epoque-triple-ep-head.html