London-based rock act Hawxx have announced a GoFundMe fundraiser for their debut album.
Speaking about the fundraiser, the band stated:
The time has come, kettleheads! We are recording our debut album!!! We are on such a high following the Tremonti tour across the UK , Ireland and the Netherlands and we feel now the time is right. We are so ready to get into the studio and record brand new songs for you guys. We will always be so grateful for the donations you made to our debut music video Death of Silence. The video went on to win multiple awards and has amassed 26k views on YouTube. That’s thanks to you all!!!
We love that we have built this beautiful Kettle community and that we are moving towards world domination together. Now, we are calling on our amazing Kettleheads once again for your support. Your donations will go towards recording and production costs, music video costs, album artwork and vinyl production. We have cooked up some specialist HAWXXian tiers for each donation and will of course keep you guys updated along the way. We love you so much and thank you for being with us on this journey!
At the time of writing the band has already raised an impressive 5k towards their 15k goal, you can get involved with the fundraiser here.
Hawxx are set to play a single launch party on Friday 11th November at The Black Heart in London. Tickets are available below.
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11 – London, The Black Heart
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HAWXX are Anna, Hannah, Jessica and Julia – London based but hailing from Greece, Wales, England and Italy.
2020 saw them become winners of the PRS Women Make Music Award and give an exclusive performance at the Heavy Music Awards. In 2021 they won Metal to the Masses London and played a packed-out tent at Bloodstock Festival.
In November 2021 their debut music video for Death of Silence won Best Rock Video at the International Music Video Awards and Hologram won Best Music Video at BFII Sweden.
Spring and Summer of 2022 saw them play at the Primordial General Mayhem, Download Festival and embark on a tour across the UK, Ireland and the Netherlands supporting Mark Tremonti.
Funfact: A group of HAWXX is called a kettle. Their fans call themselves Kettleheads!
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