Editors' Notes On their sixth album, emo superstars Hawthorne Heights evoke an auspicious summertime atmosphere. With lyrical images of road trips, sunshine, and good friends, guitarist/vocalist JT Woodruff and his bandmates banish bittersweet memories and failed relationships on the anthemic “Pink Hearts,” galloping riff-rocker “Crimson Sand,” and in the buoyant melodies of “Just Another Ghost.” Later, the moody explosion of the title track and raw-throated backing screams of “Push Me Away” lend the album some harder edges.

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In Gloom
1
2:35
 
Pink Hearts
2
3:13
 
Crimson Sand
3
2:54
 
The Perfect Way to Fall Apart
4
4:09
 
Just Another Ghost
5
3:05
 
Bad Frequencies
6
2:49
 
Skylark
7
3:14
 
Edge of Town
8
3:01
 
Starlighter (Echo, Utah)
9
3:18
 
Push Me Away
10
2:53
 
The Suicide Mile
11
3:39
 
Straight Down the Line
12
2:51
 
Pills
13
3:28
 

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