Hurricane Fall have released ‘Everything’, their new single, It’s a fun song about a guy and a girl – a classic country pop story – that’s bound to put a smile on the faces of both long-term fans and first-time listeners.
The release of ‘Everything’ comes after a huge 2018 for Hurricane Fall during which they supported both Billy Ray Cyrus and the Wolfe Brothers and headlined the Top Paddock Music Festival in New Zealand. They also played the Groundwater Country Music Festival and the Professional Bull Riders World Cup in Sydney. And who could forget their serenading of Sophie Monk on The Bachelorette in 2017?
‘Everything’ was recorded with Michael Carpenter at Sydney’s Love Hz Studio
“We met with Josh with an idea and he bought it to life,’ says the band. “It’s the story of boy meets girl, but it turns out we’re all chasing the same girl – the twist at the end is gold.”
With a new album due later in the year, ‘Everything’ is just a taste of what’s to come for Hurricane Fall in 2019.
Hurricane Fall are cementing their place at the forefront of new wave country music.