Melbourne’s indie electro-pop outfit The Hiding has released new single, ‘LOST KIDS BALLOON’. ‘Lost Kids Balloon’ is produced by Ryan Ritchie who also produced Kimbra’sARIA award winning single ‘Cameo Lover’ and is the founder of Melbourne’s cult band True Live. Continue reading NEW MUSIC: The Hiding ‘Lost Kids Balloon’
The Hiding have announced the release of new single Dream Catcher’s Life, an ode to those who chose to chase their goals regardless of what society might say. To accompany the track, the group have also revealed a visually stunning clip, directed by Damian McLindon of Shoot films and featuring aerial artists Didj Wentworth and Phoebe Carlson. To celebrate the release, The Hiding will be playing an exclusive set at The Grace Darling on December 10 as a part of the renowned local festival Pennyfest. Continue reading NEW MUSIC: The Hiding featuring Stewart Winchester ‘Dream Catcher’s Life’
Melbourne indie electro-pop act The Hiding have today announced their new single, Karma My Life alongside an artistic, emotive video clip and several show dates kicking off in Bendigo at Rifle Brigade Hotel on April 29, moving through to Mynt Lounge (Werribee) on May 6 and finishing up at Revolver (Melb) on May 21.
The band’s folk inspired percussive guitar sound takes influence from when the band were absorbing the many acoustic performances in Central Park whilst living in New York. With a memorable hook and a happy, roadtripping vibe, the single touts a supremely positive message, a recurring theme that flows through the band’s songwriting. “Life can throw so many speed bumps and The Hiding has experienced its fair share of these,” explains lyricist and guitarist, Anthony Salce. “It can be deflating and soul damaging, however, these are life lessons we all experience and Karma my life is about accepting these journeys, appreciating the turning point and celebrating the ‘positive experience’ that changed your life.” Continue reading New Music: The Hiding ‘Karma My Life’
theaussieword.com speaks exclusively with Anthony Salce from Melbourne group The Hiding.
Tell us how it all started. What had you first interested in music? Johnny be good (back to the future one) I even have a red guitar I play live. That’s what made me want to start performing as a front man with a guitar in a band. What makes me continue? I love the business side of the industry but I love the friendship that comes from touring and rehearsing with your best mates. Not all memories are good, we have had some tough times, but the good that came from it is the memory of the support we all had for one another. Don’t get me wrong we are also known to kick each other while one is down (in the most humble humorous way), you never want to drop your guard especially if Ryan and Anthony are nearby, the love a practical joke. What keeps us going or interested? I love making memories through music that no 9-5 job can generate. Continue reading Special Interview: The Hiding
Sound Museum hosts Brian and Leo chat with Anthony from independent Melbourne band The Hiding.
Anthony chats about how the band got started, how their sound has changed over the years and working with producer Jimi Maroudas (Kimbra, The Living End).
Anthony also talks about life as an independent band, writing and recording in New York, the new single Smile At Me, the interesting art work for the single cover and the forthcoming EP.
The new single from The Hiding – Smile At Me, is available from iTunes now.