Hurry – A Fake Idea

Matthew Scottoline started his musical career as the bassist in Philadelphia band Everyone Everywhere. But there he didn’t get much chance to fulfil his ambitions about singing and writing songs. Inspired by early ‘90s guitar rock and power pop, he spent his free time penning and recording songs on his own.

After forming his own band Hurry in the early 2010s, Scottoline released their debut album Everything/Nothing in late 2014. 25 June, their fourth album Fake Ideas will see the light. Following lead single It’s Dangerous, the quasi-title track A Fake Idea is out now. Its lyrics focus on ‘how to navigate life, love, and mental illness’. Scottoline himself has been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder. Musically however, it’s a swinging and sunny guitar stomper, including horns and handclaps.

If you dig Lemonheads and I’ll Be There For You-era Rembrandts (count me in!), this is the summer anthem for you.

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