Steady Hands Bio:
I am Sean Huber, and I started Steady Hands as a solo project in the Winter of 2012. In favor of the simplicity and rawness of a sole honest voice and acoustic guitar, I started thrashing my way through Philadelphia bars and basements, and broke a lot of strings in the process. That summer I released my first EP, "Not Many Of Us Left," and employed all of my best friends and some of the best musicians in Philly to come record it with me. Continuing on as a solo act, I went on tour as an opener for the likes of Modern Baseball and Congenital Death, and continued to break a lot of strings. Since making the first EP was such a blast, I decided to bring the gang back together and make another one during the end of 2012. Adding producer Brandon Bost into the mix, "The Libertines" was released February 2013 via Lame-O Records. Once the record was completed, I felt the need to give these new songs the full band treatment. So I asked my good friends from Philly electro-pop act W.C. Lindsay to come lend a hand (no pun intended). William Lindsay, George Legatos, and Richie Straub then graciously joined the band alongside Jacob Ewald and Andrew Kirnan to fill out the Steady Hands lineup. Since then I think the shows have gotten sweatier but I've broken far less strings. Steady Hands will continue on thrashing through basements and clubs with intention of bringing honest punk music that is just as pretty as it is dirty.