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Miles Hunt and Erica Nockalls of The Wonder Stuff

Supported by Will Hunt Tickets

The Wonder Stuff’s Miles Hunt & Erica Nockalls will be touring theUK in September and October this year in support of the duo’s third
studio album.

In response to being asked about the new album and tour Hunt remarked “We decided to take the first few months of the year off from gigging, most unusual for us, to stay home to write and record a new album together.

The time spent off the road allowed us to thoroughly immerse ourselves in the atmosphere of the new record.  Conversely the time off also refreshed our appetite for getting back on stage!”

When asked if the duo will be performing any of the old favourites alongside songs from the new release whilst on tour Hunt replied

“The plan is for us to play the newer material in the earlier part of our sets and work our way toward the better known songs by the end of the evening. It would be churlish not to, right?” .

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Supported by Will Hunt

Will Hunt, singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer hails from a family of musicians with his dad, Bill Hunt,  being in both ELO and Wizzard and his cousin Miles Hunt, fronting indie band The Wonder Stuff.   Will has had his hand is music all of his life writing for various artists and had a stint on Sony/Colombia Records under the name Dansette Junior and played various festivals around the world. The single Paranoid now has over 3 million plays on youtube.   Starting his career in Kentish Town, North London, Will's had the pleasure of playing with Paul Carrack, Nick Mulvey, Ed Sheeran, Mr Hudson and has dipped his toe in various productions and bands ever since.   He has recently released a single 'EL Original Brew/The Kentish Town Song' with his dad on a limited 7" and gained kudos receiving 'single of the month' in Record Collector Magazine.   Will's recently finished a solo EP called 'Momentary Romance' which will was released earlier this year. For more information about Will, please visit his website at

www.willhuntmusic.com

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