Hawthorne Heights Premiere “Starlighter (Echo, Utah)” Music Video

Hawthorne Heights have premiered a new video for their song “Starlighter (Echo, Utah).” This track is from the band’s latest album “Bad Frequencies.” JT Woodruff commented:

“Since this song is about how much I hate winter, I really wanted to film footage of some of our favorite fans in California having fun. I want to run as far as I can from that snowy night in Echo, Utah and I always want to run back to California anyway. The song is about having no regrets, and always looking forward to the next stop in your life. Crank it up, and stay out of the snow. Palm trees forever.”

[via The Noise]

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Hawthorne Heights & Emery To Celebrate 15th Anniversaries Of “The Silence In Black And White” & “The Weak’s End” On Upcoming Tour

Hawthorne Heights and Emery have announced a June tour together. Hawthorne Heights will be celebrating the 15th anniversary of “The Silence In Black And White” on this run, while Emery will be celebrating the 15th anniversary of “The Weak’s End.” Here’s the dates:

06/06 Cincinnati, OH – 20th Century Theatre
06/07 Columbus. OH – Skully’s Music Diner
06/08 Cleveland, OH – Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame and Museum (Vans Warped Tour)
06/09 Pittsburgh, PA- Rex Theater
06/10 Indianapolis, IN – The Hi- Fi
06/11 Springfield, MO – The Riff
06/12 Oklahoma City, OK – 89th Street
06/13 Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall
06/14 Wichita, KS – Wave
06/15 Lincoln, NE – Royal Grove

Hawthorne Heights Premiere New Song “Starlighter (Echo, Utah)”

Hawthorne Heights have premiered a new song titled “Starlighter (Echo, Utah),” via Rock Sound. This track is from the band’s new album “Bad Frequencies,” which will be released on April 27.

JT Woodruff said the following about the song:

“I wrote the lyrics to ‘Starlighter’ after the worst drive of my life, in the mountains of Utah. There was snow pouring everywhere, the van I was driving didn’t have heat or defrost, and the passenger was wiping the window frantically with the sock he was wearing, so I could see the road. It was 14 miles ’til the next exit, and our lives kept flashing before our eyes. When we eventually made it safely to an exit, we left the van in the middle of the parking lot, checked into a room, and when I stopped trembling I wrote lyrics about summer. I needed to get my head out of the snow, and think about how this situation would be different if it was in June. So while my mind was racing, I crafted a story about a group of friends whose entire lives are ahead of them, and they just want to have one last weekend blow out. There are laughs, arguments, adventure, and everything that makes a summer weekend great. But the overlying theme is that I thought I was going to die that night, with my friends, just so I could sing and play guitar. Pretty crucial haha.”

He also added the following about the album:

“I think it represents some of the best times of our lives, set to music. I wanted to capture the emotion of your favorite summer growing up, when you just had the best time of your life, but now it’s all over. I wanted to capture the sadness that comes after extreme happiness. The beauty and isolation that comes with the end of excitement is something that is truly special. We spend our lives mired in the highs and lows, but we should really focus on the the in between. We have always just continued to move forward in Hawthorne Heights, and I think that this proves that. We don’t let the bad times get us down, and we don’t let the party last too long. We try to convey that message to our fans at all times.”

Stick To Your Guns & Hawthorne Heights Announce May Dates

Stick To Your Guns and Hawthorne Heights have announced some May dates together. Sienna Skies will serve as support.

Tour Dates:

05/14 Palatine, IL – Durty Nellies
05/15 Columbia, MO – Blue Note
05/16 Sauget, IL – Pop’s
05/17 Indianapolis, IN – Hoosier Dome

Hawthorne Heights Premiere “Just Another Ghost” Music Video

Hawthorne Heights have premiered a new video for their new song “Just Another Ghost.” This track is from the band’s new album “Bad Frequencies,” which will be released on April 27.

JT Woodruff commented:

“‘Just Another Ghost’ is a song about floating through life, and the anxiety that comes with the feeling that life is passing you by. One second you are having the time of your life, and the next second you feel all alone. Your mood can go from euphoria to panic, until you eventually feel you aren’t even there, or you are invisible.”

He also added that the band used two different locations to create the feeling of being in different worlds:

“We wanted to have a video that matched that feeling and emotion, which is why we shot in two entirely different locations. We put flyers on the wall at Slidebar from life-changing shows that each member of HH personally went to when we were growing up. Then to capture the sadness and loneliness, we drove out to Slab City, California in a location that was perfectly isolation, like in a dream. We wanted it to look like two entirely different worlds, because that’s how life can feel sometimes. Anxiety is powerful, and we wanted to capture that raw feeling.”

Hawthorne Heights Premiere New Song “Pink Hearts”

Hawthorne Heights have premiered a new song titled “Pink Hearts.” This track is from the band’s new album “Bad Frequencies,” which will be released on April 27. JT Woodruff commented:

“If we try, we can stay young forever, but I’m not sure we actually want to. ‘Pink Hearts’ is about burning through relationships, because you are selfishly just having fun when you are young. Eventually you have to wake up and grow up, and hope that you haven’t cut someone too deep.”

“Bad Frequencies” Track Listing:

01. “In Gloom”
02. “Pink Hearts”
03. “Crimson Sand”
04. “The Perfect Way To Fall Apart”
05. “Just Another Ghost”
06. “Bad Frequencies”
07. “Skylark”
08. “Edge Of Town”
09. “Starlighter (Echo, Utah)”
10. “Push Me Away”
11. “The Suicide Mile”
12. “Straight Down The Line”
13. “Pills”