The Hubbards have cemented themselves as one of the city’s top bands over the past few years.They have received day and night-time airplay on BBC Radio 1 and BBC 6 Music,
including an on-air interview with Fearne Cotton. Their singles “Dog Bite” and “Is it Me?” were played by Jen Long and Ally McCrae (BBC R1) and Tom Robinson (BBC 6 Music),as well as regional radio stations.
They have played headline shows around the UK, including a “Red Bull lock-in” in Birmingham. Support slots include The Pigeon Detectives, Little Comets and Skaters, We Were Promised Jetpacks, Dog is Dead, and they have shared festival stages with Foals and The 1975.
The Hubbards were featured in Hull’s “Ones to watch” section of its “City of Culture 2017” guide.
The band were also interviewed by The Guardian speaking with Peter Mandelson leading up to the bid.
The Welly is Hull’s legendary alternative night club and live music venue – existing for over 100 years! Hosting [w]eekly club nights playing the very best in: Indie, Pop-Punk, Alternative, Electro, 90s, Rock, and Drum’n’Bass. The Welly consists of three separate capacity rooms W:1 , W:2, LOUNGE, and our hidden ‘Pub in a Club’ Mrs. Wilson’s – named in honour of the woman herself, who ran the club in the early 1960s.