Today, the British pioneering duo Hurts released their fifth album, “Faith,” which was the result of two years of working with the most revealing and personal material they have ever written. Dare to surprise again and hear their passion for innovation and innovation in songs that plunge into the depths of mankind; Desolate and dark with incredibly beautiful layouts, the band offers bittersweet glimpses of their musical world.
The album “Faith” was born out of a crisis. Adam Anderson has previously spoken candidly about his struggles with mental illness in lyrics and music. He also shared about anxiety and depression in an open letter in 2017. Theo Hotchcraft, the duo’s singer, also suffered from a mental illness, which was so serious that it was not certain whether the band would deal with the crisis.
“If you had told me when we started it how cohesive, strong, and original it is, after several months, I probably wouldn’t have believed you. “At some point, I thought we had no chance. Adam says about the album’s process.
Moreover, Hutchcraft says, “There were very few compromises in making this album, and little attention to detail. We thought that if we did what we wanted to do, how we wanted it to do, and we didn’t give up on ourselves, it would happen. We just had to have faith. “
Harm never ceases to renew themselves and “faith” once again shows their ability to take a relevant subject, make it abstract and serve it properly. Once again, they raise the bar and show why they were one of the most important groups to emerge from Britain in the 2000s.
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