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Hurry Release ‘Waiting For You’ Video From Forthcoming LP

Hurry ELTPhiladelphia’s Hurry have just announced their new full length, Every Little Thought, is set to be released on February 23rd on Lame-O Records, the power pop trio have also released a music video for their first single from the album, Waiting For You. Hurry will be playing the Every Little Thought record release show on February 24th at Everybody Hits in Philadelphia, Amanda X and Worriers will be opening the show

Pre-orders for Every Little Thought are now available physically here and digitally here

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Hurry

Casual Feelings

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Rating: 3.5/5

 
 

 

 

Hurry originally consisted of just Matthew Scottoline along with an ever revolving group of friends for live performances, but with Scottoline remaining the sole songwriter, this remained the situation until the release of their debut record, Everything/Nothing, that was released on Hot Green Records back in 2014. From this point a permanent line up was secured with the addition of Ron and Joe Delacrois who played on that debut EP, and then became permanent recruits as the band commenced a relentless touring schedule.

Hurry switched to Lame-O Records and recorded a track for a six way split EP, they then subsequently released their sophomore album, Guided Meditation, on the label, clearly Lame-O Records is a good fit for the band as they have now released the third release in total for the label, the Casual Feelings EP. In listening to the EP it becomes apparent that Hurry very much wear their influences on the sleeves as Teenage Fanclub, Guided By Voices, The Bats, The Beach Boys and Red Kross can all be heard across the three tracks on the Casual Feelings EP, from the melodic power pop of the title track and All Night to the echo drenched slow burner, Guided Meditation, that closes the Casual Feelings EP.
 
If I had to fault this release it would be that for a single there isn’t an obvious lead track, that’s not an insult, all three tracks are pretty damn fine slices of power pop, but for an EP to lack an obvious single seems an odd move, but it’s one that I suspect lies in Matthew Scottoline‘s confidence in the strength of his material as a whole, rather being dependent on a single stand out track. Let’s be honest we all probably wish that more releases were consistent rather than being an obvious single with weaker tracks or remixes making up the numbers, as a result I’m left wanting to hear more of Hurry as three tracks really isn’t enough.
 
Casual Feelings was released in late October and is available as a limited edition single here
 

Hurry Streams New EP

hurryPhiladelphia powerpop/indie outfit Hurry is streaming their upcoming EP, Casual Feelings, which is due out on October 21, 2016 via Lame-O Records.

Listen to the full disc here courtesy Brooklyn Vegan.

Video: Hurry – Casual Feelings

hurryPhiladelphia powerpop/indie outfit Hurry is streaming a new music video.  The video features the song “Casual Feelings,” from the upcoming EP of the same name, which is due out on October 21, 2016 via Lame-O Records.

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Hurry – Casual Feelings

HurryPhiladelphia powerpop/indie outfit Hurry will release a new EP on October 21, 2016 via Lame-O Records.   Guided Meditation, which is due out on April 29, 2016 via Lame-O Records.

Listen to the new track, “Casual Feelings,” below.  Pre-orders are live.

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Hurry Stream New Album

HurryPhiladelphia powerpop/indie outfit Hurry has premiered a full stream of their new album, Guided Meditation, which is due out on April 29, 2016 via Lame-O Records.

Listen to the full disc here.

Hurry – Fascination

HurryPhiladelphia powerpop/indie outfit Hurry has premiered a new song.  The track is titled “Fascination” and is due out the new album, Guided Meditation, which is due out on April 29, 2016 via Lame-O Records.

Listen to the song here courtesy Brooklyn Vegan.

Hurry Sign to Lame-O Records, Announce LP

HurryPhiladelphia powerpop/indie outfit Hurry have signed on with Lame-O Records and subsequently announced that their first order of business with their new label will be to drop their full length LP Guided Meditation on April 29th.

Ahead of the street date the band have posted a video for Nothing to Say, check it out below.

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Spraynard / Modern Baseball / The Weaks / Hurry / Marietta / Beach Slang

Strength in Weakness: A Lame-O Records Split

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Rating: 4.5/5

 
 

 

 

Whoever said punks don’t care about other people was an asshole. Lame-O Records has a six way split entitled Strength In Weakness that brings together a wide variety of punk-pop players in Philadelphia to make cerebral palsy pay. All proceeds from the split will go towards United Cerebral Palsy–an organization dedicated to educating, advocating and supporting those with cerebral palsy and other disabilities.

Six Philly bands–Spraynard, The Weaks, Modern Baseball, Marietta, Hurry, and Beach Slang–created a new song for the split. Each single melds into the next wonderfully, though each comes from disparate places. Spraynard is jarring with “Haulin’ Oats” and its call to be a better man. The Weaks shred like Rivers Cuomo on “Call Me Away”–though its probably better than WeezerMarietta‘s “Old Joe” is fantastic and perfect for a snowy night. Beach Slang holds down the final position with the eeire and melodic “Too Late To Die Young.” As varied as they are–one jumps from emo to thrash rock to fuzz pop in a few short tracks–each of the bands on this Lame-O split came together from a sole purpose–cerebral palsy sucks.

That’s what Strength in Weakness: A Lame-O Records Split is all about. Cerebral palsy isn’t going away any time soon, but maybe some punky, emo kids can stand up and make a difference in their scene. It has always been about community, hasn’t it? 

Hurry Premieres “Shake It Off” From Strength In Weakness Split

Strength In WeaknessHurry has premiered their contribution to their Strength In Weakness split with Modern Baseball, Spraynard, Beach Slang, Marietta, Hurry and The Weaks.  Listen to it here.  The split is being released by Philadelphia’s Lame-O Records.  All the songs on the split were recorded at Studio A by Jacob Ewald and Ian Farmer, who brought each band in for a day (or two) long session to record their freshly written tune. 

The split is currently for digital pre-order from BandCamp and will also be available as a one-sided 12″, limited to 500 copies on February 3rd. Vinyl pre-orders will go on sale on Wednesday, January 7th via the Lame-O Records webstore at noon EST. 

All proceeds from the sales will benefit the local Philadelphia chapter of United Cerebral Palsy, an organization that works to educate, advocate, and provide support services to individuals with cerebral palsy as well as a number of other disabilities. More information on the organization can be found at their official website.

6 Way Split Featuring Spraynard, Modern Baseball, Beach Slang & More

Strength In WeaknessPhiladelphia’s Lame-O Records will be kicking off 2015 with a brand new six-way split featuring six acts from the city of brotherly love. Dubbed Strength In Weakness, the split features brand new songs from Modern Baseball, Spraynard, Beach Slang, Marietta, Hurry and The Weaks . All the songs on the split were recorded at Studio A by Jacob Ewald and Ian Farmer, who brought each band in for a day (or two) long session to record their freshly written tune. 

The split is currently for digital pre-order from BandCamp and will also be available as a one-sided 12″, limited to 500 copies on February 3rd. Vinyl pre-orders will go on sale on Wednesday, January 7th via the Lame-O Records webstore at noon EST. 

All proceeds from the sales will benefit the local Philadelphia chapter of United Cerebral Palsy, an organization that works to educate, advocate, and provide support services to individuals with cerebral palsy as well as a number of other disabilities. More information on the organization can be found at their official website.

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Hurry – Oh Whitney

Hurry has premiered a brand new music video.  The video features the song “Oh Whitney,” which set to appear on their upcoming debut album Everything/Nothing released earlier this month via Hot Green Records.

Watch the music video now on Red Bull