Goodbye Blues by Atlantic at Silent Rider Music. MPN: 424956. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. It might break your heart to know that The Hush Sound's third album,Goodbye Blues, almost never existed. Nearing the end of 2006, theChicago foursome
Goodbye Blues, almost never existed. Nearing the end of 2006, the
Chicago foursome which formed in the very beginning of 2005 and
released their debut album, So Sudden, in October of the same year
was on the verge of bidding each other and their band adieu. They had
just released their sophomore effort, Like Vines (which has sold over
60,000 copies to date), through Pete Wentz's Decaydance imprint
on label Fueled By Ramen, but thankfully had embarked on a sold-out headlining tour which came to its pinnacle during a packed show at
Philadelphia's Theater of the Living Arts. Suddenly the band realized
that people cared, and then, even more importantly, that they did too.
Once we did the headlining tour, we realized there were all these people
coming to see us and saying how much they genuinely appreciate the music, says vocalist/pianist Greta Salpeter. We realized that we were part of something greater than all these little problems we had.
Goodbye Blues was actualized over the course of two months in Kevin
Augunas (Cold War Kids) North Hollywood studio, beginning in September of
2007. The album bridges an expanse between invitingly catchy pop buoyancy
and a certain emotional and intellectual depth The Hush Sound has never
fully explored before. Standout tracks like Medicine Man , Honey and
Hurricane reveal not only the group s new sense of maturity, but their
burgeoning skill for sculpting emotive, relatable songs that exist not just
as moments of music but as, what Greta sees as little pieces of art.
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