THE proponents of a deeply unique sound that takes no niches or prevailing trends into consideration and is all the more effective for doing so, Harry And The Hendersons’ music is something to get gleefully immersed in.

Hailing from Rutherglen, the band’s sophomore album is almost upon us and it’s sure to be a rewarding affair if new single ‘Mother Sao’ is anything to go by.

Calling on a litany of techniques and tropes that would be regarded as off the beaten track amid a sea of soundalikes, the latest excerpt from Method Of The Matchstick Man casts a more menacing silhouette than much of their material but is still driven by their insatiable knack for harmonies and bittersweet melodies. Combining the ambitiousness of 60’s rock stalwarts such as Canned Heat and King Crimson with the immediacy of modern indie-folk, this is music that dusts off the cobwebs and implores you to follow them on their enticing journey.

Method Of The Matchstick Man will be released this September via Glasgow’s own Holy Smokes Records whilst the band are also set to play a series of shows around Scotland over the coming months:

Check out the track’s new video and their accompanying dates below:


August 5th – Belladrum Fest
August 6th
, St Luke’s All Dayer, Glasgow
August 7th – Vegan Connections, Glasgow
August 8th – Stramash, Edinburgh
August 12th – The Clamjamfry, Irvine
August 14th, Edinburgh Fringe Pop Up Show
August 16th – The Pear Tree, Edinburgh (Fringe Show)
August 17th – The BBC Garden, Edinburgh (Fringe Show)
August 18th – The Pear Tree, Edinburgh (Fringe Show)
August 23rd – The Pear Tree, Edinburgh (Fringe Show)