Pamela Hute, has so far had a life-long love affair with music. Her first album "Turtles Tales From Overseas" was released in May 2010 to critical acclaim. After playing some of the best stages in the country (Olympia, Bataclan, Printemps de Bourges festival...) she released "Bandit" in 2013, which was mixed in Brooklyn, NY, by ‘90s-veteran engineer John Agnello (Kurt Vile, Cyndi Lauper, Dino Jr, The Kills, Sonic Youth, The Breeders). For her third record, Pamela set up a new band, with an additional guitarist and a female bass player/backing singer and decided to produce her third album alone. ‘Highline’ was recorded with Jay Pellicci (Dodos, Avi Buffalo, Sophie Hunger, Sleater Kinney) between Paris, the Dordogne, NYC and San Francisco.
With this new EP, Hute chose to make up with her first love : indie rock. Addictive bassline, straightforward production and crunchy guitars, ‘Short Notice’ appears like the ideal soundtrack to dance all night long. The new EP sounds like a fresh start. For the first time Hute played all the instruments, recorded, produced, and mixed the entire EP alone. And she succeeded in catching the raw energy her classy songwriting longs for.