Sanguine Hum are featured in the latest edition of Classic Rock Presents Prog magazine. The band are interviewed as part of the on the threshold feature, accompanying a very positive review that you can read here!
“Although originally rooted in what some called the Canterbury Sound when they first appeared a few years back, by the time Prog caught up with them at last year’s Winter’s End festival, Sanguine Hum had developed into an altogether different but appealing proposition. True, there are still elements of Caravan’s melodic quirk to be found within the band’s sound, but on this, their debut, there’s also a more contemporary air to the Hum’s work, aided by guitarist/vocalist Joff Winks’ vocal similarity to 3’s Joey Eppard.
That, and the brevity of much of the material on offer, may make the likes of The Ladder and No More Than We Deserve appear like a band flirting with a progressive sound, but dig deep into the gentle carousel swirl of Nothing Between Us, or the Rush-like guitar of Coast of Nebraska and you’ll discover a more than worthwhile well of engagingly progressive music.
That said, anyone doubting the worth of this hugely impressive Oxford-based quartet only need listen to the intricate twists and turns of the title track and There’s No Hum to be convinced we’ve got another little progressive gem on our hands”.