Hyde Out are a duo from London, UK. Their first album, “Technicolour Ghost” was recorded over a period of 4 years mostly in a garden shed at night time – the only place and time they could get together to make music. The song “Nights” catches that mood, as it talks of embracing the cold London nights. Jaka mainly sings and plays rhythm guitar. Sometimes he plays other random things, like beer bottles on “Talk to me”.

Omar plays mostly electric guitar, bass, and keyboards; sometimes he sings too, like on “Passer-by” and “Talk to me”, which are two gritty, catchy rock songs. Together they play all instruments on their album. When they met 4 years ago in West London, they were just enjoying strumming and singing together at parties. Then they started writing, just for fun. And then they ended up recording and putting an album together. Again, just for fun. The funny thing is that musically they have very different backgrounds, experiences, and tastes. It’s actually surprising they even get along at all. A fact which is perhaps reflected in the eclecticity of their album. They like to think there’s a bit of everything in there.

From chill acoustic tunes like “Nights” and “Bring on” to sweet ballads like “Rain” and “Fluent in Silence”, and from British-rock songs like “Open Chain” and “Hollow” to heavier pieces like “Over This”, “Times” and “Speed Up”. Putting the album together was all about having a good time. And sharing it is all about sharing the fun. If somebody else enjoys their work too, it would be wonderful, and they would love to hear that! From Hyde Out in cold London town, thanks so much for listening!

SOURCE: Official Bio