The Hawkmen

Paradise Heights

The Hawkmen draw from an array of influences such as rhythm'n'blues soul and rock'n'roll which they bring together in a classic rootsy hybrid blend. The band emerged as a full live act in 2017 following the early successes of soul 45 and Craig Charles favourite Don't Judge A Book By Its Cover (Record Kicks) a northern soul remix of Emma Beatson's debut single Do It (selected by Craig Charles for the second volume of his Freestyle Records compilation series) and The Hawkmen's blazing Keep On Working EP (Mocambo) which yielded another 45 and was widely played on BBC Radio 2 and Radio 6. In 2017 Love Is Blind was released and features on the Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club Vol.5 compilation and received more BBC 6 Music airplay. 2018 saw the release of the Chemistry Of Love and Soulful Dress singles yet more plays on BBC 6 Music leading to a UK tours and concerts in Germany Austria and France.