Ahead of their upcoming 15-year anniversary tour celebrating The Silence In Black And White alongside Emery and Oh, Sleeper, Hawthorne Heights present the fun new covers collection Lost Frequencies featuring takes on current pop songs by Kacey Musgraves and Billie Eilish. "The best part of music for me is reaching beyond borders and boundaries," says JT Woodruff. "Blurring the lines within a strange industry and marketplace is what keeps your blood pumping after all this time. A lot of people are probably going to ask, 'why the hell is this band covering extremely current pop songs that sound nothing like their band?' The answer is pretty simple... We thought it was a great exercise in trying to make their happy pop songs sound like sad emo songs."
Ahead of their upcoming 15-year anniversary tour celebrating The Silence In Black And White alongside Emery and Oh, Sleeper, Hawthorne Heights present the fun new covers collection Lost Frequencies featuring takes on current pop songs by Kacey Musgraves and Billie Eilish. "The best part of music for me is reaching beyond borders and boundaries," says JT Woodruff. "Blurring the lines within a strange industry and marketplace is what keeps your blood pumping after all this time. A lot of people are probably going to ask, 'why the hell is this band covering extremely current pop songs that sound nothing like their band?' The answer is pretty simple... We thought it was a great exercise in trying to make their happy pop songs sound like sad emo songs."
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Format: CD
Label: PURE NOISE
Rel. Date: 11/08/2019
UPC: 810540031378

Lost Frequencies
Artist: Hawthorne Heights
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Ahead of their upcoming 15-year anniversary tour celebrating The Silence In Black And White alongside Emery and Oh, Sleeper, Hawthorne Heights present the fun new covers collection Lost Frequencies featuring takes on current pop songs by Kacey Musgraves and Billie Eilish. "The best part of music for me is reaching beyond borders and boundaries," says JT Woodruff. "Blurring the lines within a strange industry and marketplace is what keeps your blood pumping after all this time. A lot of people are probably going to ask, 'why the hell is this band covering extremely current pop songs that sound nothing like their band?' The answer is pretty simple... We thought it was a great exercise in trying to make their happy pop songs sound like sad emo songs."