Hidden Gentlemen are a 3 piece Alt. Pop/Rock band from Somerset. Their core sound is made with the classic 3 piece rock line up of Guitar, Bass and Drums with all members singing. Not happy with being another generic rock band all 3 members also add synths which bridges the gap from rock to pop in their live and recorded sound.

Mark grew up singing to classic rock which is reflected in his natural raw voice drawing relation to Free and David Bowie. Greg has a great natural feel to his bass playing managing to play harmonies to complement Mark’s guitar while locking into the deep groove Kyle lays down.

We are Greg – Bass, Vocals, Kyle – Drums, Vocals and Mark Guitar, Vocals.

Between us we have played many festivals around the UK including Glastonbury Festival (Avalon and Glade stages), Godney Gathering, Watchet Festival, Phoenix Fest, Home Farm Fest and Farm Festival.

 Mark has played all over the south west and has toured the States stopping off at King Biscuit, Helena, Arkansas. BB Kings, Memphis and Ground Zero, Clarksdale.

 Greg has toured the UK and Italy and recorded in Sweden at Studio 301 He also spent many years running a recording studio.

 Kyle has toured Germany and currently writes for the UK drum magazine ‘Rhythm’. He has also released two drum books.

 We have spent the past year locked up in our studio. Writing and recording. We released our third EP ‘Quietly Step Inside’ in February. We have played Sat in a Field and The Louisiana, Bristol.


‘Open the door to a smokey bar, if you look around you’ll find the hidden gentlemen are here.
Hidden Gentlemen are a rock trio with some electronic tinkering on their album which gives it a very new wave feel. With relaxed grooves and heartfelt lyricism it’s hard not to get into their music’ – Left Of The Dial

‘Hidden Gentlemen are old hands at the music game and their no nonsense (or bullshit for that matter) approach is something impossible to fault.’ – Musically Fresh’

The first song on the EP is Sound Of Your Own Voice. This song has an almost hypnotic quality to it, it’s relaxing and it draws you in.’ – Opinion Overload Bristol