Q Magazine “Behind vocal pyrotechnics that suggest a younger Crosby, Stills and Nash, there's a solid songwriting heart.”
Huffington Post, USA "House of Hats resonates musically with melodies both fresh and familiar... the band that brings lovely lyrics to warm, sincere acousticbased songs"
Uncut Magazine “Fleet Foxesesque harmonies and a sparkling chunk of psych folk showcases crafted songs and fine male/female vocals in harmony and counterpoint.
Cult status and a soundtrack call. A welcome arrival.” (This Love album review 7/10*)
Recently described by Altsoundsas “Harmonically rich, passionate folk”House of Hats deliver a textured and pure sound with male and female figures sharing the lead.
Q magazine and Acoustic magazine have likened their style to Crosby, Stills and Nash Fleet Foxes and Fleetwood Mac. House of Hats folk influences are clear and resonate passionately.
House of Hats have been playing together since 2012 and have gone from strength to strength since then.
The band relentlessly toured the UK throughout 2012 / 2013 performing over 250 shows at venues and festivals such as Ronnie Scotts, Cambridge Folk Festival and The Secret Garden Party whilst also establishing their own successful music night in their hometown Brighton, The Harvest Sessions, which regularly sells out Brightons 350 cap Komedia venue..