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Her new album, Hourglass is produced by Chad Copelin (Christina Perri, Ben Rector, Green River Ordinance), and encompasses almost two years worth of conversations, musings, inspirations and defining moments in Hearn’s life. The album was written in her adopted hometown of Athens, GA as well as Michigan, Tennessee and North Carolina with her bassist husband, Michael Harrison as well as collaborations with Ben Rector (“Please, Don’t Take My Love Away” and “Save Me”) and Emily Lynch (“Volcano”). The lead single “Volcano” is a melancholy song about the slow cooling of a relationship.
Hourglass is the follow up to her 2012 Paper Heart, which included the key track “Rooftop.”
Hearn’s hope is that you could find pieces of your life in this album; that you would want to sing one of these songs at the top of your lungs, or dance to one on your wedding day, or that you would listen through and realize that you are not alone.
The Album: Hourglass