Hector Gannet

Live review

photo: Leigh Anne Elliott

Nice review of when we played with the superb Band Of Holy Joy at Surf Cafe in Tynemouth by Gus Ironside HERE at Louder Than War

GIG: We support Sam Fender at Riverside, Newcastle on Thursday Dec 7th 2017

Absolutely delighted to announce that we’ll once again be supporting our good friend Sam Fender in his last hometown headline show of the year at Riverside Newcastle on December 7th alongside the brilliant A Festival A Parade. A huge thanks to Sam for once again asking us to play. We can’t wait for this one!

Remaining tickets can be had HERE

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Hector Gannet supporting The Band Of Holy Joy – now SOLD OUT

UPDATE: This gig is now SOLD OUT

A brilliant bit of news. We will be supporting The Band of Holy Joy, who are based in London but who originate from North Shields. The intimate gig which is expected to sell out will take place at Surf Cafe in Tynemouth on December 9th 2017. Tickets are now SOLD OUT

The Band of Holy Joy are touring the release of their latest album ‘Funambulist We Love You’ which is picking up rave reviews, including this one on Louder Than War

 

Cluny 28th Sept – Sam Fender gig *SOLD OUT*

We are really happy to have been asked to support our friend Sam Fender and his band at the single launch for his next single Millennial. The gig will take place at The Cluny on September 28th. Tickets went on sale Friday 8th Sept at seetickets.com. but SOLD OUT within first 15 minutes. Looks like a great night.

Gig for #MAH2017 Musicians Against Homelessness at Surf Cafe in Tynemouth

Hector Gannet will play on Saturday Sept 30th with Keep Breathing and Tom ‘Mouse’ Smith to help raise money for Crisis via #MAH2017. For fans of HG, the other Sept shows are now sold out so its a chance to get in but get there early, its Pay what you can on the door.

Hector Gannet – band rehearse for debut show

A snippet of what to expect from Hector Gannet (band) when they perform to vintage film from North East Film Archive and Amber Films as part of the Moving North: Coastal events across the north east.

Moving North: Coastal – **SOLD OUT**

This event is now fully Sold Out – news on more dates to follow.

Until My Bonnie Can Be Revived

Until My Bonnie Can Be Revived. A song written to help raise funds and awareness for North Shields Fishermens Heritage Project using footage by NEFA/YFA and Amber Films.

Hector Gannet 2017

Younger days for Aaron and Jack in The Middens
Images courtesy of Derek D’Souza

Aaron Duff and Jack Coe – formerly of The Middens – are now working together on Hector Gannet. The Middens had been working together since they were at school from the age of 14, and in their six years as a band they played hundreds of gigs, and did numerous support slots with the likes of Penetration, 999, The Ordinary Boys, Stone Foundation, The Spitfires among others. Their music was played at Wembley Stadium when their home town football club North Shields FC got to the final and won the FA Vase in 2015. The Middens came to an end at the close of 2016, and Aaron launched Hector Gannet immediately in 2017, with Jack on drums and currently with Martin Wann on bass and occasional member Ryan Siddall. The current project is a leap forward both musically and in terms of application, with Aaron continuously writing and being influenced hugely in the audio visual project – Moving North: Coastal.