Kansas City-based band HEMBREE returns with new single "Culture," premiering completely on Billboard right this moment (Jan. 24). It will seem on the group's debut full-length album House On Fire, which is due on April 26.
With poignant lyrics and a melody that loops round in your head, "Culture" — which additionally attracts on the boundary-pushing manufacturing of hip-hop, and blends it with traditional beat-infused rock — is one thing uniquely HEMBREE.
“These days we put a lot emphasis on issues that lack precise significance," guitarist/vocalist Isaac Flynn tells Billboard. "Everything is pressing and I wished to attempt to seize this urgency in a tune and query what we prioritize. It’s about taking the time to cease and mirror; to assume for your self and set up your individual opinions."
Flynn additionally explains how the monitor touches on "the lengths folks go to" as a way to obtain standing and energy. "There’s the belief that these qualities don’t truly equal happiness. Thus, ‘the king of the tradition isn’t actually free,'" he says.
After the top of a earlier challenge, Flynn spent three years writing songs and sending his demos round Kansas City. He fell in love with songwriting, and partnered with producer Eric Hillman in Nashville to additional domesticate what would turn into HEMBREE's distinctive sound. Through his determinination, Flynn realized all his songs delt with indecision and unsure id.
Today, HEMBREE is comprised of Flynn on lead vocals and guitar, Garrett Childers on bass and backup vocals, Eric Davis on keys/synth, and brothers Alex and Austin Ward on guitar and drums.
Get a primary pay attention of "Culture" under, and take a look at the monitor itemizing for the LP after the bounce.
House On Fire Track List
1. I Don’t Know Why
three. Right Time
eight. Never See It
9. Symmetry Lines
10. House On Fire