“Truly nothing short of fabulous…really wonderful”
Marc Riley BBC 6Music
Hot Feet are a folk rock band from Stroud, Gloucestershire, made up of Marianne Parrish (vocals), Jack Page (guitar), Lachlan McLellan (bass) and Rob Pemberton (drums). Their music lives and breathes in the countryside and draws from a range of musical influences including delta blues, sixties folk and world rhythms.‘Wood House’ was written in a small cabin on the east coast of Sweden and recorded in a remote studio in the Scottish Highlands, only accessible by boat. The five songs are set, however, in the Cotswolds where Marianne tends to goats and sheep when she’s not playing music, and Lachlan builds dry stonewalls.
It ranges from stomping gallops to tender ballads, and has been lovingly and impressively produced by Pete Roe, long-time side-man of Laura Marling and a gifted songwriter in his own right.