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Hurts are back, with new track ‘Voices’

The Manchester duo’s first new music in three years is a taste of what’s to come
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Published: 1:56 pm, May 15, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Hurts are back, with new track ‘Voices’

After a three year wait, Hurts are back - revealing brand new track ‘Voices’

Their first new music since 2017’s third LP ‘Desire’, it’s a glorious cocktail of pop sounds that welcomes in a new era for the anthemic Manchester duo

Speaking about the track, singer Theo Hutchcraft says that “Voices is a song about isolation, desperation and mania. It’s also about fortitude, resilience and the power of the mind. It was written during a personal crisis and is being released into the world during a very public one. Hopefully it can provide some hope and catharsis to anyone who is struggling with their own demons.”

Hurts have also revealed a new fan channel via Telegram, set to feature a range of cryptic clues and information as 2020 progresses - pointing to what comes next from all things Hurts

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