Hawthorne Heights did a track-by-track breakdown of their new album over at Alternative Press:
Why do people focus on the two bad times they had out of a hundred good times? I don’t know if it’s just within our nature as human beings. It’s just like all this static comes in, and no matter how beautiful the radio sounds, you always focus on that one little tiny bit of static. You let the bad frequencies creep into your life when really you should just be focusing how good and golden everything is.
James Shotwell sat down with Hawthorne Heights for Substream Magazine to talk about their new video for “Just Another Ghost”:
“[Just Another Ghost] has a bit of a throwback feel, like throwback Hawthorne Heights. There is a bit of a breakdown, so it’s a bit more of an aggressive song. Those lend themselves to being more fun videos to film for imagery and such, so really that was the determining factor. We wanted to release “Pink Hearts” first because it has a good time vibe to it, and it throws a bit of a curveball to people. It’s kind of bouncy and happy, but typically we’re kind of sad. I’m usually writing about the worst things in the world that could happen to me, but “Pink Hearts” was a bit of tongue-in-cheek fun for the fans. We wanted people to be like, ‘ah, this is cool. They’re ready to be back.’”
Hawthorne Heights have released their new song “Pink Hearts.” The song comes from the band’s upcoming album, Bad Frequencies, due out April 27th. Pre-orders are now up.
Hawthorne Heights have announced some new tour dates and that their next album will be titled Bad Frequencies.
Hawthorne Heights are selling unique merchandise related to their album Fragile Future. All purchases will come with a free ticket to an upcoming online show.
Hawthorne Heights are selling personalized, autographed, holiday cards on their webstore. The band will also start tracking their new album on December 1st.
Lit and Hawthorne Heights have joined the Warped Rewind at Sea lineup.
Hawthorne Heights have dropped their new song “Push Me Away.”
The Story Changes, a side project of Hawthorne Heights, have released a new 7″ flexi-vinyl and photo book EP. They’ve also released a lyric video for “Photograph.”
Blink-182 have added two tour dates with Hawthorne Heights. The show on June 23rd is already sold out, but tickets for the June 16 show are still on sale.