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Hovvdy step into frame with the soothing ‘I’m Sorry’

It’s the second track to be revealed this year from the Austin duo
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Published: 11:21 am, August 11, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Hovvdy step into frame with the soothing ‘I’m Sorry’

Stepping to the front like a comforting blanket we all need right now, Hovvdy have revealed a soothing new one in ‘I’m Sorry’

The track, all rich breezes of nature with light electronic flourishes and lush harmonies, is the second to be revealed this year from the Austin duo - following on from the release of third studio album ‘Heavy Lifter’ last year

Speaking about the track, Will Taylor from the band explains: "'I'm Sorry' is about the mixed emotions when a relationship has to change or end. Grief and relief. We were excited to pull the guitars back to let the vocals and ambient textures shine. The clank and swing of the programmed drums create a resonance and energy that brings it all together.”

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