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Now, after a decade of struggle, he’s burning the plans and walking away; in the process, he just might have rediscovered the Swish in his step.
It’s a dreary Saturday, and Bob Morris – one-time bandleader of the quarter-million selling Hush Sound; former label-mate of Pete Wentz and Brendon Urie; a man who, if he never headlined them, at least stood on stage in half-full arenas, opening for acts ranging from The All-American Rejects to One Republic – is playing for roughly two dozen mostly disinterested diners milling about on the rear patio of a kebab shop.
Nearing the end of 2006, the Chicago foursome which formed in the very beginning of 2005 andreleased their debut album, So Sudden, in October of the same year was on the verge of bidding each other and their band adieu.
They hadjust released their sophomore effort, Like Vines (which has sold over60,000 copies to date), through Pete Wentz's Decaydance imprinton label Fueled By Ramen, but thankfully had embarked on a sold-out headlining tour which came to its pinnacle during a packed show at Philadelphia's Theater of the Living Arts.
The Horton and Brady broods endure the romantic trials of life in Salem, a Midwestern hamlet filled with evil geniuses, star-crossed lovers and a rich family history.
After a slow start, the soap earned a loyal following in spite of (or maybe because of) way-out-there plots, including satanic possession and mind control.
Certainly not the greatest follow up to 2006's Like Vines, but interesting and different nonetheless.
As has been the theme with their previous two albums, organic piano is used throughout, but certainly not overused.
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Review Summary: The Hush Sound do a fairly decent job of blending pop music with creativity, something that is lacking in pop music these days.
From a tented stage twenty yards away, separated from his “audience” by a damp stretch of muddy lawn, Morris cobbles together a set consisting of tracks from the Hush Sound, whose fall came as abruptly as their meteoric rise; Stamps, the breezy indie-pop act he founded in the wake of the Hush Sound’s demise and subsequently had ripped out from under his feet; and Le Swish, the strictly part-time project Morris is currently struggling to launch…
at least, when he’s not busy with his new day gig, a dog-walking business.