I'm You (2019)

by Hallelujah The Hills

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monokhrome Ryan H. Walsh & Co. top themselves yet again with another collection of gorgeous, slyly sophisticated and perfectly poignant tunes. It'll probably keep flooring me for a while. Favorite track: I'm You.
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hombal beautiful lyrics... ein tolles album zum immer wieder hören Favorite track: Transparent Chart of the Heavens.
Jeremy / HI54LOFI
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Jeremy / HI54LOFI hallelujah for another great Hallelujah The Hills album Favorite track: I'm You.
Ben Harris
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Ben Harris "Hello, I am the person singing this song. And if you think that might be you, well, I guess you might not be wrong... " ---- I love albums whose lyrics are so peculiar that they could be open to all manner of interpretations, depending on your given outlook or mood. Hallelujah The Hill's 'I'm You' is a foaming mug of idiom-blending verse that could be as equally wacky as they are loaded with thunder-browed analogy and meaning. Favorite track: Transparent Chart of the Heavens.
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Nick Green How the hell is one meant to compile a top ten for 2019? Favorite track: I'm You.
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Craig Knox don't freak out Favorite track: I'm You.
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it started with contraband wandering the poet blinked twice she can see the deepest impossible sea and we’re walking together singing the songs of some SOB stuck in a dream with a dancer and a praying monster don’t you know there’s a killer on the road? Slam cut to present day America there’s weirdness in the woods i’m alone and I can’t stop looking at my phone now we’re cheering on assassins adjusting our glasses pretending that a verse would set us free or a bad joke or a single helix it’s all the same to a ghost with a guitar folk music is insane folk music is insane we’re back in a different time who knows where i’ve been here before hear those chimes of the brand names washed out with the tide and you’re better than ever your mood like the weather is overcast with a chance of regret prepared piano and tape loops and the rarest of b-sides have absolutely ruined my life folk music is insane folk music is insane folk music is insane folk music is insane it’s something to behold but it’s out of reach and you can’t explain you’ll never get close folk music is insane I know it’s not nostalgia won’t you meet me in the parlor we can’t escape forever and there’s something in the water folk music is insane
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Trisha went to Washington and lit up like a Christmas Tree Adrian got busted but he's always been a friend to me well i'm fine, but i'm not ok Sarah saw a shooting star but kindly gave her wish away we're running hot with fate Alice wasn't kidding when she said she saw a UFO elliot was ripping up his letters out in the snow well i'm fine, but i'm not ok Nathan's finally floating and it happened in the USA we're running hot with fate Dori’s finally being who she always knew he was inside It’s hard here without Jay but his memory stays by his side well i'm fine, but i'm not ok if you think you’re at you’re limit just remember what some folks survive we're running hot with fate Jamie’s back in rehab & this time he says it ain’t no joke Zadie said she’d leave him if he ever goes back to dope well i'm fine, but i'm not ok Met a fortune teller who told me it would turn out this way we're running hot with fate I’m running hot with it And you’re avoiding it We’re both arguing which one attracted it Can u carve a new world From some old clay? I keep waking up surprised I get another day Is this free will Or is it destiny? It doesn’t matter who the fuck’s in charge of me we're running hot with fate [hot fate! Hot fate!] (I don’t believe in it / but I’m running hot with it) hot fate
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REVIEWS -->

ALBUM OF THE YEAR - Glorious Noise
★★★★½ - The Line Of Best Fit
8/10 - Americana UK
#1 Album of The Year - Clicky Clicky Music Blog
"One of the best American rock albums of recent years. ★★★★★" - Exile Magazine
Top 10 Albums of the Year - Boston Herald
Top 25 Albums of 2019 - A Diverse Sound
Best of 2019 - Beat Surrender
Best of 2019 - Hi54
Best of 2019, #3 - Ryan's Smashing Life
"FANTASTIC" - Boing Boing
"One of rock and roll’s best kept secrets." - Dusted Magazine
“A LYRICAL MASTERPIECE.” - Metro
"Unlike anything Hallelujah the Hills has done." - The Boston Globe
“AN EPIC.” - Boston Herald
"One of the finest American rock bands, Hallelujah the Hills from Boston, Massachusetts. Such a great record." - One Chord to Another

credits

released November 15, 2019

Recorded at Machines with Magnets, Pawtucket RI
Produced by Seth Manchester and Hallelujah The Hills
Mixed by Seth Manchester
Mastered by Greg Calbi, Sterling Sound

The band:
Brian Rutledge – trumpet, synth
David Michael Curry – viola
Joseph Marrett – bass
Nicholas Ward – baritone guitar, piano
Ryan Connelly – drums
Ryan H. Walsh – vocals, guitar

Special guests:
John Payne – flute and soprano sax on “It Still Floors Me”
Tyler Derryberry – theremin on “Folk Music Is Insane” and “People Keep Dying”

All songs written by Ryan H. Walsh
except “Born to Blow It” written by Ryan H. Walsh and Marissa Nadler
All songs arranged by Hallelujah The Hills

Copyright ©2019 Reverse The Tape Decks ASCAP

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Hallelujah The Hills have been releasing critically acclaimed albums and touring the U.S. since 2007 because a band is something to figure out.

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