Hooton Tennis Club release new songs Monsoonal Runoff and People Want People Who Want People

Hooton Tennis Club with Live4ever at SXSW 2016 (Photo: Paul Bachmann for Live4ever Media)

Hooton Tennis Club with Live4ever at SXSW (Photo: Paul Bachmann for Live4ever Media)

Hooton Tennis Club have released two new songs today.

The band had also hoped to accompany the new music with some touring this summer, but have had to put those plans on hold. However, Monsoonal Runoff and People Want People Who Want People mark their first moves since 2016’s second album Big Box Of Chocolates.

That same year, Live4ever sat down with the band at South By Southwest to discuss the prior success of debut LP Highest Point In Cliff Town; “What we know is Hooton Tennis Club are at the heart of it all thanks to Highest Point In Cliff Town; a faithfully antiquated album based around the old recording laws of the 8-track,” the feature reads.

“The band revel in its limitations and leave those 21st century tribulations of iMacs and Pro-Tools very much to their small crew centered at Liverpool’s Parr Street studios. ‘None of us own a Mac, we’ve never used anything like that,’ they say. ‘If we did use anything like that it would really alter what we sound like; if someone gets a guitar riff wrong we can’t just easily chop that out. It makes us leave in little errors.’”

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