Watch Thornhill Perform “Casanova” And A Cover Of Muse’s “Supermassive Black Hole” For Triple J‘s “Like A Version”

Thornhill recently performed “Casanova” and a cover of Muse’s “Supermassive Black Hole” for Triple J‘s “Like A Version.” You can see footage of that in-studio session below. This news comes as the group are preparing to release their new album “Heroine” on June 3.

Thornhill Premiere “Hollywood” Music Video

Thornhill have premiered a new video for their new song “Hollywood.” This track is from the band’s new album “Heroine,” which will be released on June 3.

Jacob Charlton commented:

“The premise of this song follows a protagonist, who is coming to terms with being in love with another girl he’s just met while still being in a relationship that has been slowly falling apart around him. This one-in-a-million encounter with someone who has changed his entire world in a matter of glances is the theme we follow throughout the song until he finally builds the courage to say it out loud. He makes little decisions, puts his current partner in a bad light to make himself feel like he’s in the right, and calls her names as she begs him to announce his true feelings for someone he’s met on their trip to Hollywood.”

“Heroine” Track Listing:

01. “The Hellfire Club”
02. “Leather Wings”
03. “Blue Velvet”
04. “Arkangel”
05. “Valentine”
06. “Casanova”
07. “Something Terrible Came With The Rain”
08. “Hollywood”
09. “Raw”
10. “Varsity Hearts”
11. “Heroine”

Thornhill Premiere “Arkangel” Music Video

Thornhill have premiered a new video for their new song “Arkangel.” You can check that out below:

Guitarist Ethan McCann commented:

“I started writing ‘Arkangel‘ after surrounding myself with media from the late ’90s and early ’00s. I found the hit of nostalgia to be incredibly comforting while we were all locked away. I wanted this song to make you feel the way I felt watching these shows and movies from this period, so I treated it almost like a film score.

I found the opening credits to the old Sarah Michelle Gellar ‘Buffy‘ series and basically wrote to that opening sequence. The sections of the song move quite rapidly, the root changes three or four times within the first minute which to me is what a band full of teenagers would be doing in their garage. They don’t really know what they’re doing but it feels natural and is such a perfect representation of that era that they are living in.”

Vocalist Jacob Charlton added:

“I usually write lyrics and melodies around the general atmosphere Ethan brings to each track to better bring it forward in the listener and myself, as a lyricist. But this time around with Ethan‘s newfound method of creating, I decided to change up my work flow and write a bit more like a script or movie narrative to allow for more ambiguous storytelling and attitude to come through, rather than just giving up the meaning straight away. ‘Arkangel‘ is an alternate take on the story of ‘Icarus,’ discussing the tension between two lovers who become violent with one another as friction builds in their lustful affair.”