Sunday, July 25, 2021

Nashville-based duo Hush Kids released their new single "Love Don't Disappear." The track is the latest peak at their forthcoming EP Weatherman releasing on September 24th. A bittersweet tune, "Love Don't Disappear" searches for emotional clarity and stability with acoustic sparseness, subtle driving percussion, and lavish harmonies.
Listen to "Love Don't Disappear" HERE.
"This was the second song we wrote together, and the song that turned us into Hush Kids," stated Peter. "I was working on a mix a while after we wrote it and Jill asked if I wanted to start a band. I hadn’t been asked that question since high school. I’m very glad I said yes."
"Peter used to have an old ski boat parked in his yard," continued Jill. "I didn't know him well because we had only written once together. When we hit a wall a couple hours in, I thought about packing up and coming back to finish the song another day. I remember Peter going to the kitchen, coming back with two Miller Lites in hand and asking me if I wanted to finish the song in the boat. I asked him if there was a lake around and he replied, 'Well yeah, but I just meant in my yard.' After a few good laughs and some sun on our faces we did finish this song, still parked there, yet somehow moved.”
"Love Don't Disappear" follows the release of lead single and title track "Weatherman," which found the duo reuniting with Grammy Award-winning producer Ian Fitchuk (Kacey Musgraves, Maren Morris, Leon Bridges). Rolling Stone raved "Building from flat, muted drums and acoustic guitar to a lush swirl of keys and synth bass, it showcases the duo's harmonies and offers some valuable insight for days when the skies look cloudy."
Comprised of renowned artists Jill Andrews and Peter Groenwald, Hush Kids is a friendship with music. It began long before it had a name, when two beloved Nashville artists with impressive solo careers were put together by their publishers to write songs for other people; in time, they discovered they had been writing for themselves all along. Their earliest sessions revealed more than chemistry, they revealed kindredness, an innate understanding that allowed two very different people to write some of the most deeply personal music of their careers. Incredible, instinctive vocal symmetry, captivating melodies, and intimate, intelligent lyrics speak to the years of tireless craftsmanship and well-earned successes by both artists respectively.
Garnering praise from Rolling StoneBillboardPasteRelix, and Folk Alley among others, Hush Kids’ 2018 self-titled debut album journeys across the unexpected, the strangeness of love rather than the sweetness, the beauty of the world rather than the bullshit. Guided by writer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Ian Fitchuk, the record paired the effortless, addictive pop sensibility of The Carpenters with the dusty, atmospheric, desert landscape of Robert Plant and Allison’s Kraus’s Americana classic Raising Sand. Despite the name, Hush Kids is not about quiet, it’s about stepping away from the wrong kind of noise to embrace the music.
A gifted composer, producer, and musician, Peter has toured extensively and shared the stage with artists such as The Civil Wars, Andrew Belle, and Ruston Kelly. In 2020, he joined forces with Sean McConnell and Garrison Starr to release an EP as My Sister, My Brother. Never one to rest, Peter followed that up with an EP in early 2021 co-written and co-produced alongside production duo I WAS THE LION titled Come To Life. Jill, a founding member of the alt/country favorite The Everybodyfields, has performed alongside The Avett Brothers, The Secret Sisters, and Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors as well as secured television placements that include Grey's AnatomyThis Is Us, and the theme song for SyFy’s beloved Wynona Earp. In 2020, she released her critically acclaimed album and accompanying book Thirties, and followed that up with a dark EP of songs from her back catalog called Vultures.
Track List:
01) There's Room
02) Spend My Time
03) Love Don't Disappear
04) Weatherman
05) All The Way
06) Look at the Sun

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