Let It Rock – and they did! Thanks for the FIVE STAR review of The Hardchargers’ debut album – ‘Scarecrow’ .

There’s something unsettling about “Scarecrow”: appearing today, when complacency has fuddled the fibers of many a music style, this record rips the cloth of it all to reveal a raw nerve that, quite possibly, only particular geographical points can possess – or be possessed with – and Northern Ireland is one of those … if there’s a need for a Halloween soundtrack, this trio are ready to provide one… or two… or three.”

You can read the full review at this link

Driven by front man Lonesome Chris Todd, The Hardchargers are steeped in inspiration from the greats of the pre-electric blues – Blind Willie McTell, Blind Willie Johnson, Bukka White, Willie Brown – to the progenitors of electric blues such as Lightnin’ Hopkins, Howlin’ Wolf and Frankie Lee Simms and beyond to the late ‘60s and ‘70s blues rock boom championed by the likes of Savoy Brown and The Groundhogs.

Check the album out now at The Hardchargers’ SCARECROW