Pamela Hute

Artist bio

Pamela Hute, born in Paris, has so far had a life-long love affair with music. Forming The Mashed Potatoes in her youth, she then went on to embark on a more refined project in 2006 under her own name. Joined by Igor Bolender on the synthesisers and Ernest Lo on the drums, her songs reflect an electro, pop, post-punk and rock style, the perfect sound track for the independent market.
Her first album Turtles Tales From Overseas comprised of 12 tracks taking two years to craft. Here we find an autobiographical tale of struggle, separation and pain.
"Turtle Tales From Overseas" was released in May 2010 to critical acclaim. The album features twelve pop/rock songs for as many sleepless nights, including the single "Hysterical", the catchy "Dont Help Me",
the atypical "Parachute" and the cinematographic "Pink Safari".

After playing some of the best stages in the country (Olympia, Bataclan, Printemps de Bourges festival...), Hute released her second album, "Bandit"
in March 2013. It was mixed in Brooklyn, New York, by '90s-veteran engineer John Agnello (Kurt Vile, Cyndi Lauper, Dino Jr, The Kills, Sonic Youth, The Breeders). Agnello refers to "Bandit" as "luscious pop." On his blog he wrote : "She is the queen of the pop hook and excels at synth pop and jangle, guitar rock. The album will steal your heart".

In 2014, Pamela set up a new band, with an additionnal guitarist and a female bass player/backing singer. In February she recorded five songs with the new lineup. The result sounds very pop and somehow more mature. Pamela is not afraid of taking risks. She is now writing additional songs in her home studio
in the south of France, preparing what should become her third album.