The past ten years have seen a massive transformation in the way we look at our music, and by extension the way we look at the annual Hanson.net EP’s. What once seemed like something extra for hardcore fans now feels more and more essential to the HANSON catalog, and no project made that clearer than when we sat down to pick songs for String Theory. Joyful Noise, Siren Call, No Rest for The Weary, The Sound of Light (just to name a few) were essential in telling the story of String Theory, and all of them were originally released on Hanson.net EP's.
With the 2019 members EP, “In Real Life,” we are excited to share more than ever before about why we continue to make the EP’s the way we do, giving them themes and writing and recording under so much pressure. Starting next Friday the 21st, we will begin posting a series of videos highlighting each song on the "In Real Life” EP with our first being “Compromise” posted both on YouTube and Hanson.net. In addition we will also be sharing the first in a five piece narrative video created for the EP. Part fly on the wall and part music video, but all in the pursuit of sharing what’s real, even when the music can be surreal.
If you enjoy the videos, then we have good news, there’s a lot more coming. Over the next month, there will be a new interview in our series and a new music video for Hanson.net every Friday. We hope everyone is enjoying this new music and we can’t wait to share what else we are working on.
Isaac, Taylor And Zac