Released: July 2004
For all the lazy comparisons of modern-day female artists to a wily singer-songwriter most recognisable for her creative output in the '70s and '80s, there's only one band in the indieverse that has managed to capture the true essence of Kate Bush's quirky greatness. With their 2005 hit 'Hounds Of Love' Sunderland four-piece The Futureheads not only managed to cleverly reimagine a well-loved classic by the aforementioned Bush into a dancefloor sensation along with its unforgettable call and response chorus, they also propelled themselves into the public's conscious when they reached the UK Top 10.
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Singer has taken a junior role at Juniper's Pantry in Sunderland
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- Apr 6, 2012
Death In Vegas, Kids In Glass Houses and The Big Pink have also joined the line-up
- Mar 13, 2012
A finger-clickin' good cover
- Jun 12, 2012
They sound beautiful in the buff
- Mar 30, 2012
Strangely touching and – worryingly - soothing
- Feb 21, 2012