Melbourne indie-rock band Hot Glue is made up of siblings Lily and Pearl Harnath, with Henry Lucas on drums. Hot Glue pulses with punchy beats, high energy guitars and soaring melodic harmonies. Their songs speak to the experiences of young adulthood, using music and sound to voice frustrations and release.
Hot Glue released their debut EP ‘The City’ in 2018 after Lily finished highschool, and as Pearl was about to enter Year 12, leading to an explosive debut on the Melbourne music scene. Citing influences including Phoebe Bridgers, Fiona Apple and Big Thief, the band have played alongside a myriad of local acts including Body Type, Bad Bangs, and Jess Rebeiro.
Their energetic debut single ‘Tuesday’ immediately hooks listeners in, while slow-burner ballad
‘Run’ is an “empowering anthem at full kick” (Claire Mooney, Triple J), and is described by Declan Byrne as “angsty but packaged up in a rollicking, beautiful shell”.