Mat. McHugh of The Beautiful Girls is announcing a national tour in support of his new EP Go Don’t Stop starting at The Palais at the end of this month. After returning from an extensive world tour with The Beautiful Girls, McHugh headed straight to the states to join John Butler on another tour, but
When Mat McHugh made a conscious decision to shuck his Jack Johnson-esque beach front musings and take an edgier approach to The Beautiful Girls’ 2007 album Ziggurats, the changes were subtle if any. In the latest TBG album, Spooks, the sound is again directed into new sonic directions by McHugh, albeit again only by an
The Beautiful Girls are no strangers to the stage or the road. For over ten years they have traveled far and wide, gathering fans from across the globe, constantly evolving as musicians and mastering their craft.
After 7 years on the road… in hotels, in foreign mud, strewn packets of guitar strings, bags full of hotel keys, flight stubs and stickers on gear cases that map a zig-zag of touring across just about every continent on the globe, a motorcycle accident saw some cheap Los-Angeles-Hotel down time for Mat McHugh.
I agree to meet Mat McHugh for an early morning surf but immediately it’s a mistake.