With the 2018 release of their debut album ‘Do You Hedgehog?’, No Audio Dialogue, the Dublin based indie rock trio will continue to add to their devoted fan base. With a steady stream of songs penned by Stephen Walker (Saccade, The Nude) demoed at bassist and recording engineer Ciaran McCreary’s studio and with the addition of Gary Vitagliano on drums, NAD have created a sound that takes it’s inspiration from indie rock, 90’s post-punk and radio friendly guitar based pop.
At one of their early gigs, Robbie Malone (David Gray, Hothouse Flowers, Lir) approached the band and was eager to produce them. Coming from similar musical backgrounds NAD and Robbie hit it off immediately and the album was tracked and mixed by Stuart Gray at his Jealoustown Studios under the watchful eye of Robbie as Producer.
‘Do You Hedgehog?’ is a collection of 10 songs that are immediately catchy and economic in their arrangement and delivery. The type of music that gets under your skin from the first listen with stand-out tracks Stumble And Fall, All To Find, Hold On and Milk. Next up for NAD is the release of the Stumble And Fall video clip coinciding with a number of gigs leading up to and including the March release of the album.