Hooray for Earth
133 Shouts - 1,111,858 Scrobbles
These are anxious times. From unemployment and embattled governments to mysterious mass deaths of birds and fish, it's easy to wonder if 2012's apocalypse won't come a year early. It's heady fare for an indie rock record, but somehow the dense soundscapes from New York City's Hooray for Earth's True Loves find a way to float on thin air. "The record is really aggressive sounding, but soft in attitude," band leader Noel Heroux says. "It's a friendly record.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- True Loves - (3:31) - 30,093 plays
- No Love - (4:14) - 17,718 plays
- Realize It's Not The Sun - (2:48) - 6,245 plays
- Sails - (5:14) - 4,773 plays
- Last Minute - (4:10) - 4,048 plays
- Surrounded by Your Friends - (3:24) - 3,617 plays
- Keys - (0:30) - 4,476 plays
- Never - (5:12) - 3,309 plays
- Black Trees - (5:52) - 2,828 plays
- Same - (5:00) - 2,784 plays