Minor Holidays Release Double A Side Single “Times The Pain / Seashore”
San Francisco’s Minor Holidays are defined by the simple idea that playing music is an act of celebration. Singer &…
Philadelphia’s power pop extraordinaires, Hurry, recently announced their upcoming fourth full-length, Fake Ideas, is due out on June 25th via Lame-O Records, today the band have shared the album’s second single, A Fake Idea. Fake Ideas highlights Hurry‘s knack for making their own mark on evergreen songwriting elements like jangly guitars, unabashed hooks, and warm harmonies. The album merges timeless, longing guitar pop with vocalist/guitarist Matt Scottoline‘s honest observations about navigating a recently diagnosed anxiety disorder, and its quasi title track, A Fake Idea, offers a perfect introduction to this dynamic.
Hurry make it look easy, but the intensive effort of assembling an album can often get lost in the digital tangle. With that in mind, Scottoline chronicled the process with the Fake Ideas book, which will be released alongside the record and features interviews with everyone involved in the making of the record, including Frances Quinlan (artwork), Mike Bardzik (engineering/mixing), all of the band members, and more.
You can stream A Fake Idea via Spotify and pre-order Fake Ideas via Lame-O Records