Video Interview: Hudson Taylor

Hey guys!

Just recently I took some time to reflect what's been happening on house in the sand lately.
There have been some big changes, there have been some incredible opportunities but what really stands out for me is how after almost four years now, it's still that space of web I've always wanted it to be.

It's still a website focused on promoting fantastic music and not a website trying to get millions of views by writing about what's popular.
(Even though we've got millions of views.) (Yeah, I totally just had to brag about that.)

And I'm very proud of the fact that I haven't lost sight of my main goals.

And just a few days ago I got to sit down with Hudson Taylor, a band I can not stress about enough.
So please make sure to check out their fantastic music. 

Hudson Taylor are a folk duo consisting of brothers Alfie and Harry from Dublin, Ireland.

Two lads with a lot of passion and even more talent to make music.
They started out busking on the streets of Dublin and continued recording videos on their YouTube channel throughout the years which had millions of views by now.

Besides cover versions of famous tracks they also perform their originals and have released quite a few tunes.

EP: Battles (2012)
EP: Cinematic Lifestyle (2012)
EP: Osea (2013)
EP: Battles II (2014)
Album: Singing For Strangers (2015)

Earlier this year brothers Harry and Alfie went on a busking tour through Germany, and just this week they came back and played a few headline shows.

Just before their show in Stuttgart, we sat down backstage to chat about touring, busking, their highlights of the year, re-discovering their own songs and a lot more.


At this point I'd like to say a massive thank you to Harry, Alfie and Ronan for being so lovely!
I had a fantastic time hanging out and working with you, so thank you, lads! 
(Tried to make that sound Scouse, didn't I. What a bloody lovely accent it is, innit.)

Hudson Taylor online: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Soundcloud | YouTube | Instagram

Thank you for reading!

Credits // Text, Image & Video: Vanessa Jertschewske


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