Felix Hagan
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Felix Hagan


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"Felix Hagan - Uncooler than you"

There’s a certain theatricality subliminally associated with rock ‘n’ roll.

We all want the garish outfits, the ludicrous behaviour, the out-there posturing: witness The Darkness‘ unexpected – but entirely understandable -rise to fame a few years ago.

It’s just that most of us now hide that desire under the guise of being ”cool’.

Cool doesn’t want silly hats, or outlandishness, or fun: it wants a bunch of weedy music snobs in leather jackets glaring at us from under their ruffled hair.

Felix Hagan understands that to reject this image of cool is to move out of the pack, and its associated dubious safety.

Good. The people who step to a different beat are the ones that are moving in a different direction.

Dirty Little Urchin Child is deeply uncool. This is a complement. It’s also a pow-boom rock operetta, with the kind of immediate punch that will grasp all but the most stubbornly arch music listener.

So when the song takes a succession of confusing, sudden, left and right turns, via FM-rock boogie, stage-school stomps and rave-whistles, we’re left dazzled, then surprised, then thrilled.

Few ‘cool’ bands pack as much into one of their dreary albums as Felix crams into this one song. One to keep a jittering eye on. - A New Band A Day


Single - "Dirty Little Urchin Child"
Album - "Dawn Breaks, The Monster Wakes..."



Felix Hagan is a 24 year-old singer, composer and multi-instrumentalist from London. His breathtaking live shows and songwriting skills have earned the praise of such diverse sources as Steve Lamacq, Tom Robinson, Lethal Bizzle, Louie Spence and BBC London’s Jo Goode, who said that Felix’s music “should represent all of British music. It’s like having a fine wine.” He has performed on the John Peel stage at Glastonbury as part of his band Rocketeer as well as many other festivals throughout the UK. He also supported and performed with the comedian Jack Whitehall at his sold-out show Backchat at the Edinburgh Festival and London’s Riverside Studio.

With his trusty backing band The Family in tow, Felix’s live shows are legendary for their mix of theatrics, make-up and outlandish costumes, drenched in musical theatre-flavoured rock and roll.

Felix recently released his self-produced solo album “Dawn Breaks, The Monster Wakes…” on which he performed every instrumental and vocal part. He is currently booking a tour of the UK and going into pre-production on a number of music videos.