Brothers Henry and Samuel Bellingham formed Thunderhank while living in Los Angeles in 2013. After attending high school in Wilmington, Delaware, the brothers lived in LA for five years during which they studied music, played in various self-imploding musical groups and, finally, decided to strike off as a duo. The music is made with a mix of acoustic and electronic instruments and uses ambient textures to obscure the formal pop song structures. When their first work – “Tracker” –  received a wave of attention they then recorded and co-produced the remaining four songs on their debut EP, “Thunderhank EP,” with Cal Campbell in Calabasas, and remixed “Tracker”. Henry and Sam moved to the Philadelphia area after graduating college and put together a band that performs Thunderhank’s recorded and new songs live.

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