New retro //
well dressed grooves
Here's a picture for you. The Bee Gees, Stevie Wonder, Fleetwood Mac, and Electric Light Orchestra have a baby. A sexy, sexy, Well Dressed baby. The Henchmen's forthcoming album delivers infectious 1970's influenced grooves in a charming, relevant way that modern audiences can and will connect with. The band is unapologetically accessible, veering from the sometimes self indulgent vibe presented in the indie rock genre. They do it for the best possible reason: it's what they love - a great hook with an infectious groove. The result is a legitimately exciting, undeniable return to Live Music that will resonate with music lovers stretching across demographics. Indisputable fun. It's a pretty picture. One that belongs in a fancy frame.
Since 2016, The Henchmen have made a name for themselves in Baltimore, consistently selling out 300-400 cap headline shows. They received noticeably enthusiastic responses while opening for rock powerhouses: Highly Suspect, then Alternative legends: The Wallflowers.
Prioritizing the live show experience as a craft all it's own, the band exhibits bold, high energy showmanship, heart, and on stage interaction that often draws comparisons to classic bands.
Having released music nearly every year, the band's upcoming release marks a special moment, feeling like a culmination of the band finding it's true place in the universe.
"From the minute Hock sits down at the piano, the crowd is sure to follow him. They'll be humming the tunes for days. Bass player Jim Matusky has a whirlwind of energy and passion on the stage, he is incredible to watch. His enthusiasm for the music is contagious and people can't take their eyes off him. The band's wide range appeal is staggering." - Kim Allegrezza, AXS