Hatchie Shares Video for New Song “Sugar & Spice”

Sugar & Spice EP Due Out May 25 via Double Whammy

Apr 04, 2018
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Hatchie is the project of Australian musician Harriette Pilbeam. She previously played in the bands Babaganouj and Go Violets and on May 25 she is releasing her debut EP under the Hatchie name, Sugar & Spice, via Double Whammy. Now she has shared its title track via a video for the song. Hatchie has a shoegazer/dream-pop vibe, so it makes sense that in February Cocteau Twins' Robin Guthrie remixed previous single "Sure." Joe Agius directed the video, which features Pilbeam in black & white with colorful words and images. Watch it below via Stereogum, who premiered it. Also below are the videos for previous singles "Try" and "Sure," as well as Guthrie's remix of "Sure" and Hatchie's upcoming tour dates.

Pilbeam had this to say about the video in a press release: "Joe and I spent about an hour filming with the guys and two days drawing for the video. It's such a fun short song, so we wanted something simple and colorful, and less serious than our previous videos. Joe came up with the concept and we took inspiration from our old school scrapbooks."

 

 

 

Hatchie Tour Dates: 

5/5 - Leeds, UK @ Live At Leeds
5/5 - Manchester, UK @ Sound City Festival
5/6 - Salford, UK @ Sounds of the Other City
5/7 - Birmingham, UK @ Hare & Hounds *
5/8 - Glasgow, UK @ The Hug & Pint *
5/10 - London, UK @ Shacklewell Arms
5/16 - London, UK @ The Social
5/17-19 - Brighton, UK @ The Great Escape
5/22 - London, UK @ Sebright Arms
6/1 - Brisbane, QLD @ The Tivoli #
6/2 - Adelaide, SA @ Thebarton Theatre #
6/3 - Fremantle WA @ Metropolis #
6/9 - Melbourne, VIC @ The Forum #
6/10 - Sydney, NSW @ The Enmore #
7/12 - Melbourne, VIC @ Worker's Club
7/13 - Sydney, NSW @ OAF Gallery
7/14 - Brisbane, QLD @ Black Bear Lodge
# w/ DMA's
* w/ Anna Burch

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