Joe Hardman, Felix Churchill-Moss and Miles Stringer all hail from Somerset. Since 2014 Jekyll & Hyde have been playing as a trio, with the individual members honing their craft by attending courses at Halsway Manor’s Hothouse and the Folkworks’ summer schools, developing their ability to rework traditional tunes into a sound that’s uniquely their own.
The boys have performed widely at venues and events up and down the country, from Sidmouth Folk Festival in Devon, to Beverley Folk Festival in Yorkshire. They have featured on a number of radio shows including BBC Somerset with Kitty Macfarlane, and as special guests on Sherborne’s Abbey 104.
Jekyll & Hyde have recently released a self-titled 5 track EP, a taste of things to come from this talented young trio.