New album Late Night Mornings by HotKid

2017-05-10 03:53:23 UTC

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"Late Night Mornings" is hotkid's  first full-length album as a three piece. Adding bass to their previous guitar/drums duo has allowed for a little more space and freedom in the songwriting and production. Working with producer Adam King (Lowell, Mad Ones) gave them the opportunity to spend time experimenting in the studio. They also incorporated self-recorded elements, giving the album a range that spans from more produced and experimental, to a little more raw and immediate.




Genre : rock-and-roll, pop, indie

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