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Kill Hannah's Wake Up the Sleepers is a Sound Wake Up to the Music Industry
Kill Hannah's fifth full-length album drops onto record store shelves on September 29th but here's what you can look forward to.
Fans of the band, both new and old, cannot help but be impressed by the content of the album. It is equal parts Here are the Young Moderns (1997) and Until There's Nothing Left of Us (2020) in terms of the style of the recordings, synth and electronics mixed with real guitars and real voices. From the somber, reflective tracks, Living in Misery (complete with the Chicago Children's Choir in accompaniment) and Snowblind, to the dance pop anthems New York City Speed (which as been playing full blast on my speakers since the Kill Hannah Kollective was made privy to it in mid-July) and Strobe Lights, Wake Up the Sleepers has something for every Kill Hannah fan.
In addition to the Chicago Children's Choir, Wake Up the Sleepers borrows voices from Benji Madden (Good Charlotte), Amanda Palmer (The Dresden Dolls) and Chibi (The Birthday Massacre) as well as a guest guitar solo from Tom Schleiter (Powerspace). The album also includes a bonus track which fans are already intimately familiar with; the previously unreleased Welcome to Chicago. The only thing fans will be missing from this album is guitarist Jonathan Radtke, who left the band earlier this year to pursue other projects. We all wish Jonny the best of luck and eagerly await the first release from his new band, Polar Moon.
Strobe Lights and New York City Speed are currently available for download on iTunes and a preview sample of the entire album is available on Amazon.com. The band is touring this Fall with She Wants Revenge, in support of the new album, and has devoted time before each show on the tour to spend time with their fans in small, intimate meet and greet sessions.
If you are a fan of Kill Hannah, you've had the album on pre-order for a month now. But if you're not, chances are (I speak from experience) you just haven't heard them yet. Wake Up the Sleepers is a phenomenal chance for you to get in on some terrific new (old) music that you haven't heard before.