Dave Navarro, Taylor Hawkins and Chris Chaney form new group, NHC


Dave Navarro, Taylor Hawkins and Chris Chaney have teamed up to form a new group called NHC – you can hear the group’s first new tracks below.

Jane’s Addiction bassist Chaney and Foo Fighters drummer Hawkins once performed in Alanis Morissette’s live band together in the 90s, while Chaney is also a member of Hawkins’ solo band The Coattail Riders.

Hawkins and Chaney formed NHC with Jane’s Addiction guitarist Navarro over the past year, with the drummer – who will also be the lead vocalist for the new band – calling Navarro “alternative rock’s best lead guitarist” in an accompanying statement.

NHC shared two tracks today (September 19), ‘Feed The Cruel’ and ‘Better Move On’. The first song is accompanied by a black and white performance video of the band recording the track in the studio, and you can see it below.

You can hear NHC’s second new song “Better Move On” below.

NHC is scheduled to make its live debut at Eddie Vedder’s Ohana Festival in Dana Point, Calif. On October 2. You can find out more about the new group by going here.

Last July, Hawkins performed on the cover of Foo Fighters’ “Shadow Dancing”, which appeared on their disco-themed album “Hail Satin”.

Jane’s Addiction, meanwhile, was recently described as the most underrated band of all time by frontman Perry Farrell.


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