Irish duo, brothers Harry and Alfie Hudson Taylor, released their debut album “Singing for Strangers” in 2015.
The multi-talented siblings having honed their craft busking on the streets of their hometown of Dublin as well as cities all over Europe. The album, which was produced by Iain Archer (James Bay, Jake Bugg), featured three big hits - ‘Chasing Rubies’, ‘Battles’ and ‘Weapons’. Since the album release, the brothers have been busy writing songs for their next record, and working with musical collaborators in Ireland, the UK and Europe.
Hudson Taylor are currently putting the finishing touches to their second album, which has been produced by Ryan Hadlock, best known for his work with The Lumineers and Vance Joy, and is being mixed by Ruadhri Cushnan (Mumford & Son, Ed Sheeran).The band have had a very successful year in Ireland. They played to one of the biggest crowds of the weekend at the Electric Picnic festival in September, and their lead-off Irish single “Feel It Again” is one of the biggest national airplay hits of 2017. Having completed a run of arena shows with Picture This, they are currently midway through a sold-out Irish headline tour. Not forgetting huge gigs in Dublin in December with The Script and Kodaline.
Fresh from a recent busking and promo trip around the continent, Hudson Taylor are looking forward wrapping up their Irish tour and forthcoming UK dates. 2018 looks very exciting indeed for Harry and Alfie, as they head out on tour across Europe in January in support of their forthcoming new single “Run With Me”, before crossing the Atlantic for an extensive US tour in the spring.