After the end of the all-girl alt-rock band Vanity Theft, Brittany Hill created Kerchief as a solo project with a first self-produced EP titled Demonstrations released in 2014. This was followed up by Kerchief’s 2015 debut LP Machines And Animals.
With the addition of musicians Tommy Nicholson on bass and Trevor Nicholson on drums, the band has gained experience over the past three years. It is now back with "Fluke", a new album in which “the lyrical content toggles between formative heartbreaks, to fierce loyalty, to discovering new sides of yourself and harnessing them for inspiration,” explains Brittany Hill.
Kerchief's new material balances the energetic alt-rock of Machines And Animals with the electronic elements of the self-produced EPs (Corner House in 2016, Rinse in 2018).
It is perfectly illustrated in the first single "Evil Parts", a song about toxic relationships you can listen to below.
“We feel like it wound up being the best representation of the overall vibe for the album. We’re half rock, half electro," Hill said.
For more information on Kerchief, visit the band's official website: www.kerchiefmusic.com/
You can also listen to the entire album "Fluke" on Spotify.