Hawthorne Heights announce new album

Bad Frequencies will be released on 27 April via Pure Noise Records. 

Ohio rock outfit, Hawthorne Heights have announced the upcoming release of Bad Frequencies, the band’s first full-length album since 2013 and first release on Pure Noise Records. They are giving fans the first taste of the new 13-track album with the release of Pink Hearts.

On the song, Singer and Guitarist JT Woodruff shares “If we try, we can stay young forever, but I’m not sure we actually want to. “Pink Hearts” is about burning through relationships, because you are selfishly just having fun when you are young. Eventually you have to wake up and grow up, and hope that you haven’t cut someone too deep.”

“We wrote Bad Frequencies over the course of a year, which was our longest writing process as a band.  We played 170 shows in 2017, wrote every moment that we could, then demoed, then recorded an album.  I think we fit everything we possibly could in 365 days, and we are very proud of that,” continues Woodruff on the upcoming album.

The album was produced by Hawthorne Heights along with Nick Ingram (Hotel Books, Capital House Studio), and mixed by Cameron Webb (Grammy Winner, NOFX, Social Distortion). The band previously worked with Ingram on the Hurt EP as well as Webb for “Push Me Away” which was released last summer ahead of their full run on the Vans Warped Tour.

On signing with Pure Noise Records, the band shares, “We had been doing it ourselves for a few years, and while we love having all that freedom, we really thought that this was a great album to dive back into the label atmosphere. We’ve followed Pure Noise for years, and have always been impressed with how they release records, and the bands they choose to sign. We really believe that Bad Frequencies is one of the best things that we’ve created as Hawthorne Heights, so we wanted to give it every possible chance at success. After a few conversations with Jake, we knew everything would come together quickly, and that it would be a fun project for both the band and label.”

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