See Them Worrying

Press release


Available november 23rd


The mighty ship of individualism has set sail, Hush Mozey are back bringing you a new phase of music, a treasure they call “Drowzy Rock and Roll”.

“See Them Worrying” brings a blend of old-school Ska beats and their own brand of Rock and Roll to the current Drowzy batch.

The single features a four piece brass section, forming ska inspired verses contrasted with powerful, in your face choruses, over thought provoking lyrics creating a vivid image of nighttime in urban, broken Britain.

The song marks the bands first release since their debut EP, "Tales of Bigotry", and shows the band moving further into their own authentic, genre bending sound.

The band have had a big year so far, starting with the release of their debut EP, "Tales of Bigotry", accompanied by a sold out hometown show. The band went on to play shows and festivals around the country, most notably performing at 2000 Trees, headlining the Bandstand stage at Beautiful Days and their headline, sold out show at Rough Trade Bristol.

Recorded in DBS Studios Bristol // Engineered and Mixed by Lewis Bradshaw // Mastered by Pete Maher


Hush Mozey are currently booking for 2018/2019, please email for any enquiries.

Artwork by allan barnes


// Music by Hush Mozey // Lyrics by Joe T Johnson // Hush Mozey are / Joe T Johnson / Joshua Derrick / Jack Woolcomb / Harry Surman //

// Brass by / John Goudie - Trombone / Ethan Reeves - Trombone / Issy Britton - Trumpet / Vicky Middleton - Saxophone //