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Hurry shares the self-aware “Where You Go, I Go” from Fake Ideas
Philly’s Hurry are gearing up to release their fourth full-length, Fake Ideas, later this month, and have shared a third single, “Where You Go, I Go.” While the new track retains the band’s signature upbeat power pop sound, it also dives deep into the album’s central themes.
“The thoughts we have are only thoughts, and if you give them too much attention or make them too real, your entire grasp on your life can be distorted,” singer-songwriter Matt Scottoline says of the self-aware album, which features honest observations about navigating love and mental illness. “Mental illness can make you truly believe things that aren’t real, and those ideas can steer your life in directions that can poison a lot of relationships.”
Scottoline documented the making of the new record in the Fake Ideas book, which features interviews with everyone involved in the process, including Frances Quinlan, who made the artwork. Fake Ideas comes out June 25 via Lame-O Records. All pre-orders come with a copy of the book.