Glowing guitars, powerful drums and accurate grooves, Hill’s Union transform the scream of rock n roll into a well-oiled mechanism, aimed at the head and irresistible to dance.
Heirs of the rebellious and militant spirit of committed and conscientious bands, the trio transforms the power of rock into an international revolution that dances over the globe and prepares to sweep the country’s stages.
Pedro Salvador on guitar and vocals, Rui Alves on drums and Tiago Santos on bass are Hill’s Union and have just edited “Viva La Revolución!” the debut album at the same time incendiary and supportive, passionate, direct and urgent.
It’s Punk but also Pop, New Wave, Funk and Blues, in an album that renews the message of the Swedish activist, trade unionist and revolutionary Joe Hill.
Shot in the USA in 1915, Joe Hill is the flame that inspired rebellious anthems by artists such as Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen or Tom Morello, among many others, and that today, more than 100 years after his death, is still burning brightly in music and in words from the new Portuguese band HILL’S UNION.