The Hedrons are an all-girl four-piece rock band, formed in early 2005 in their native Glasgow.
The band have released three singles on the Glasgow based label, Measured Records. Two singles went top 5 and one went top 20 in the Scottish Chart. Their debut album One More Won't Kill Us was released on 5 February 2007.
The Hedrons appeared at several UK music festivals in 2006, including Download Festival, T In The Park, Isle of Wight Festival, Be in Belhaven and Guilfest and also undertook several UK tours. T
hey toured America three times, appeared at SXSW, Candaian Music Week & Quebec City Music Festival. They have been special guest openers for bands such as Sex Pistols, Rolling Stones, Towers Of London and Alice in Chains.
They toured Germany in 2007 with Pigeon Detectives and The Wombats.
They appeared on Tubridy Tonight in Ireland playing out the show and on a Channel 4 documentary about Isle of Wight Festival.
In September 2007 they were nominated for a BT Digital Music Award and found themselves in the same category as Dave Gilmour, Robbie Williams, Stereophonics and The Rakes.
The Hedrons are Tippi on vocal / rhythm guitar, Rosie on lead guitar, Gill on bass and Soup on drums.
The Hedrons are delighted to be working with Scottish label Past Night From Glasgow, who will be re-releasing One More Won't Kill Us on vinyl in Feb 2022 to mark the 15 year anniversary of its original release. This will be the first time the album will have been released on vinyl.
"Self-assured and deliciously energising...The Hedrons debut is a pedal-to-the-metal affair of great promise." MOJO
"Unashamedly authentic four-piece female rock and rollers" THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
"Four Scottish females bashing about in a punk rock style" FHM
"Raucous rock n roll with a huge pinch of glam has rarely been done so well." FUSE
"Short, sharp, hook laden songs prove that The Hedrons are on the rise." POWERPLAY
"...the live delivery is the confident, energetic onslaught of punk rawness and rock cockiness that you would expect from a band that practically lives on the road." THE MAG