Hallelujah the Hills: Blank Passports
Hallelujah the Hills was born in 2005 out of the ashes of the cult Boston band The Stairs. On the night of their final performance Ryan Walsh (Vox, Guitar) and Eric Meyer (Drums) announced that they would start a new band, naming it after a somewhat bizarre 1960? comedy Walsh had seen in a college film class.
The movie, Hallelujah the Hills, Walsh summarizes as: “These men go into woods and devote themselves to acting like nonsensical woodsmen as a way of relieving depression they’re harboring about a lost love. They act and look like fools but all transformations are embarassing if you’re able to take a naked look at the process.” This seemed to encapsulate what they were all about musically.
The 2nd full length album from Hallelujah The Hills is hitting the street on September 22nd courtesy of all the hard working mavens at Misra Records. It’s called “Colonial Drones” and in the time building up to its release they will be telling you more about these specialized drones with some informational podcasts, music videos, and a few door to door knock-and-talks. The album is available for a pre-order super low price from Misra at their store below.