New Hooray for Earth Streaming on Spin... and Here

by Jane Jansen Seymour

8 June 2011

 

The new release from Hooray for Earth, True Loves, is out this week and Spin.com has a link to listen to the entire collection of songs. Spin deemed the band one of their “5 Best New Artists for March” and is very complimentary in the accompanying write up. I had already picked the title track for my summer playlist with its fuzzed out bumps and grinding beat intro, so it was fun to preview the whole thing. This four-piece synth-pop band from Boston is now based in New York City, ready to take things to the next level. And just in case you’re wondering, the group is named for a line in the Nickelodeon cartoon Invader Zim. Streaming widget after the jump…
  

 

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