Singer/Songwriter Hamish Anserson Releases Self-Titled Debut EP and Embarks on US Tour
Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Hamish Anderson is a prolific singer, songwriter and guitar player. His self-titled debut EP is releasing today. After topping the Triple J Unearthed charts in the pop/rock category with a demo track, Hamish picked up his guitar and headed to Sydney to record a five-track EP in BJB Studio with producer Eric J. Dubowsky (Art vs. Science, Weezer, Bluejuice). The EP was engineered by Jean-Paul Fung (Birds of Tokyo, Last Dinosaurs, Silverchair) and mastered by Brian Lucey (The Black Keys, Dr John, The Shins).
After hearing a few of Hamish's songs, Rami Jaffee (keyboardist for Foo Fighters and founding member of The Wallflowers) stopped past the studio (while on tour in Australia with Foo Fighters) to record organ and piano, alongside bass player Rob Calder (Angus & Julia Stone, Kanye West) and drummer James Hauptman (Bluejuice). Hamish proclaims, "I am very excited to be releasing my debut self-titled EP in the US! I'm very much looking forward to the release of the EP and the first single "Howl" and to be able to celebrate the release with tour dates over the US Summer starting in April, May and June."
Hamish will be coming to the US for spot tour dates as well as making appearances at the World Radio Summit on April 3rd and MUSEXPO on April 7th both being held in Los Angeles, CA. More dates and appearances will be announced shortly.