Hush the Many have played at numerous festivals in recent years including End of the Road, the Innocent Village Fete, the Amnesty International Freedom Festival, Lovebox Weekender, Twisted Folk, Bestival, Secret Garden Party and Glastonbury. Collaborations often featured when Hush the Many played live
Hush the Many was a band formed in London in 2004. The core members were Nima (guitar, male vocals) and Alexandra Brown (bass, female vocals), and other recent members were Jonathan White (guitar), Steph Patten (cello), Ella (viola) and Velibor (drums). The band's full name is "Hush The Many (Heed The Few)" and they were signed to the Alcopop! Records independent record label.
Hush The Many got together to make music. In September 2008 it was announced that they were no longer going to perform together. In their time together they recorded an EP in Nima’s bedroom, which Rough Trade Shop took 10 copies of and sold.
The Sprawl visits the premises of an abandoned internet troll farm in St. Petersburg, Russia. There is nothing left but special effects. In the streets, I am no more than a ghost. I live in the megastructure of the cloud, where any truth may be uploaded or downloaded in an instant. On Blackmagic and AI Cinematic Affect (Exarch). Love Taylor Swift and Hate the West (Exarch). Mind-warped, pixelated illusions replace our faith in information, ideologies collide in chasms of uncertainty and hope. We are gazing at our screens, trapped in the sprawl.
|1||Desire Pt II|
|2||Song Of A Page (Live)|
|5||Desire Pt III - Pandora's Box|
- Photography By – Ryan Hardman
- Producer, Written-By – Hush The Many
- Violin – Jenny May Logan* (tracks: 1, 2)
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