When P4K reviewed Hallelujah The Hills’ debut Collective Psychosis Begone, they called out the Boston quartet’s “bookish” ways and cited their “knack for crafting fist-pumping anthems.” It’s the bookish end of things we’re hearing on this stellar, non-album cut from HtH, singer Ryan Walsh delivering a positively Bright Eyed turn on the slow rolling “Let It Wave.” “His tooth, and the truth came out / One in the paper and the other inside of his mouth,” so the story goes, shifting into a brassy, chanted apex. “It’s better than being alone”…
For the uninitiated, take an album track with you:
Collective Psychosis Begone is out via Misra. The band’s in the midst of a mini-tour right now, with two more dates in Virginia and one in Connecticut before hitting up our fair city for CMJ next week. Info after the j.
10/13 – Fredericksburg, VA @ 3rd Floor Studio w/ Casper & The Cookies
10/14 – Arlington, VA @ Galaxy Hut
10/17 – New Haven, CT @ Cafe Nine
10/18 – New York, NY @ Arlene’s Grocery Misra/AK Records Showcase