I Watched Your Hair Grow From the Root to Tip

Happy Sunday y’all.  Upon waking up this fine morning I came across this video. I was quite surprised to see that my boys (or boy, considering Forrest Kline is the only original member left) in Hellogoodbye had done some growing up since their early Drive Thru days.  The band’s latest single, “When We First Met,” screams indie power-pop rather than the synth-drenched electro-pop of “Call and Return” (which I still maintain is one of the greatest songs ever.)  Those of you who tossed them aside after hearing the over-played “Here (In Your Arms)” should definitely give HG another go.

MP3: Hellogoodbye – “When We First Met”

Love,
Adrian

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3 Responses to I Watched Your Hair Grow From the Root to Tip

  1. […] If you like what you hear, hellogoodbye is offering this mini ep free on their website: hellogoodbye.net Something of a makeover has taken hold of formerly annoying auto-tune rock band Hellogoodbye. Their days of synth-dance seem to be behind them and the new page falls squarely on sensitive indie rock – Strangeglue I was quite surprised to see that my boys (or boy, considering Forrest Kline is the only original member left) in Hellogoodbye had done some growing up since their early Drive Thru days. The band’s latest single, “When We First Met,” screams indie power-pop rather than the synth-drenched electro-pop of “Call and Return” (which I still maintain is one of the greatest songs ever.) Those of you who tossed them aside after hearing the over-played “Here (In Your Arms)” should definitely give HG another go – All things go […]

  2. […] continues to amaze me.  Not long ago I wrote about the band’s latest single, “When We First Met,” a significant departure from their synthy pop-punk past and a […]

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