Taken from their brand new album 'The Rain Just Follows Me'
Hawthorne Heights are back!
The band have released a new track that continues to refine their emotionally crippling sound more and more.
it's called 'Constant Dread' and sways between patient builds and all-out chaos beautifully, with downtrodden lyrics and harsh yells aplenty.
Oh, and there's also a savage appearance from Counterparts' Brendan Murphy.
Vocalist JT Woodruff had this to say about the track:
"When writing, I tend to dig through memories, both good and bad. In, Constant Dread, I was searching through one of my favorite tour memories. Warped Tour 2017, in the tour bus village. One of our favorite hardcore bands, Counterparts, was hosting karaoke. As I was standing there, Brendan hit play on Niki FM, and then threw me the microphone, and as I was singing my own song to a jury of my peers, I realized that I need to loosen up. This should be fun, not agony. When I thought about that moment, while laying bed in the throes of the terror-filled gaze of the moonlight, I knew we needed to put Brendan in this song. And I’m so glad he said yes, because absolutely crushes it."
Check it out below:
The track is taken from the band's upcoming new album 'The Rain Just Follows Me' which is set for release on September 10 via Pure Noise Records.
The artwork looks like this:
And the tracklisting like this:
01. Constant Dread
02. The Rain Just Follows Me
03. Holy Coast
04. Tired And Alone
05. Thunder In Our Hearts
06. Spray Paint It Black
07. Dull Headlights
08. Palm Canyon Drive
10. Words Can't Hurt
11. Bambarra Beach (The End)
It's the first new music from the band since the release of 'Lost Frequencies', a collection of b-sides and rarities released in 2019.