180-gram vinyl from Re-Vinyl Records available on Bandcamp.
- What Do The People Want
- We Have The Perimeter Surrounded
- The Mountain That Wanted More
- The Girl With Electronics Inside
- Spin Them Atoms
- I'm In The Phone Book, I'm On The Planet, I'm Dying Slowly
- Play It As It Loops
- Hassle Magnet
- New Phone Who Dis
- The Dangers Are Doubled
- Realistic Birthday Music
Recorded November 2015 at 1809 Studios, Macedon, NY
Produced by HTH and Dave Drago
Engineered and mixed by Dave Drago
Studio Assistant: Jacob Walsh
Mastered by Jake Rodenhouse
Ryan Connelly – Drums
Joseph Marrett – Guitar
Brian Rutledge – Synthesizer
Ryan H. Walsh – Guitar, Vocals
Nicholas Giadone Ward – Bass, Piano
Oh, YOU KNOW everyone sang, including Dave Drago + Jacob Walsh
© 2016 Reverse The Tape Decks ASCAP
Fan Interviews: Hallelujah the Hills
Jon Doyle (of Wake The Deaf) interviews Ryan Walsh.
A must-listen for fans of classic, cathartic American indie rock. These 11 songs, loaded with gritty determination, dramatic dynamic swells and gang vocal shouts, might just make you believe again in whatever it was you stopped believing in.
In Boston, a city ripe with remarkable rock acts…local treasure Hallelujah The Hills sits at the top of that throne.
Hallelujah the Hills has racked up its share of war stories through more than 10 years of making music on the Boston scene, accruing a body of work that reflects Walsh’s interest in energetic, sometimes-shambolic rock music with a sly sense of humor embedded within.
There’s a lot of postmodern confusion on A Band is Something to Figure Out, but Hallelujah the Hills are post-postmodern, reconstructing the human experience through sheer enthusiasm, using their joyous hooks and choruses as earnest expressions of emotion rather than ironic juxtapositions.
An extensive look inside the human psyche, all set to a gorgeous soundtrack.
Hallelujah The Hills’ fifth full-length album…brings their flavor of indie rock back to our ears so we can do air guitar in our bedrooms and learn new lyrics to scream live. There’s chipper synth, succinct drums, and Walsh’s rounded tone of voice that never ruffles your feathers the wrong way.
One constant for Hallelujah The Hills is their ability to push their sound into new exciting directions with each successive release.
Massachusetts indie rock institution Hallelujah The Hills' [fifth record] is called A Band Is Something To Figure Out, but it could just as easily be called This Is What It Sounds Like When A Rock Band Has It All Figured Out…Rock frameworks that reliably stretch to accommodate subversive, irreverent impulses…The band's best outing to date.
Hallelujah the Hills know they have something special here, and that 2016 just might be their year.
The band is constantly figuring itself out anew, and this record has an infectious sense of discovery about it.
get ready to have hallelujah the hills fill up those pretty little ear holes with what i like to refer to as musical tacos
bold riffs with emotional lyrics, and storytelling with the gusto of your biggest friend crush
their fifth album...is cause for much excitement around these parts [and] promises to see the act once more in full flow.
Hallelujah The Hills are back and sound better than ever.