Philly power pop trio Hurry have a nostalgic quality about them, sounding like Nada Surf in the early aughts or Teenage Fanclub circa the 90s. Our song of the day, “Read Between the Lines,” is the second track on the band’s fourth studio album, Every Little Thought. Released earlier this year, the album takes a turn away from the band’s early sonic distortion for cleaner, melodic-driven rock. Hurry was initially the solo and side project of Matt Scottoline, who played in a band called Everyone Everywhere, but since 2012 it’s grown into a full band and main project. Below, watch the official video for early single “Waiting For You.”
Today's song, featured on The Morning Show with John Richards, is "Everyone Is A Bad Friend" by Sir Babygirl, from the 2019 album Crush on Me on Father/Daugh...
Today's song, featured on The Morning Show with John Richards, is "Weird Ways" by Strand of Oaks, from the 2019 album Eraserland on Dead Oceans.
Today's song, featured on The Afternoon Show with Kevin Cole, is "West is my Home II" by Essam, from the 2018 self-released album 12.12.