If the punk rockers in Bad Religion had met a group of hippies in the eighties, Hurriah would be their offspring. Sweet melodies in the likes of Ramones mix with the heaviness of bands like Red Fang and Kyuss. The music is dynamic, groovy and intense.
In January 2016, the debut album “Cosmosotic” was released. The record was recorded in the drummer’s mother’s basement solely by the band. Slower tempos interspersed with faster ones were the common thread is a tight rhythm section. In an attempt to revive qualitative music, the album was released for free with a pay what you want option.
Heavy Planet have this to say about “Cosmosotic” and “Mother Sky”:
What you will hear when spinning either album is some super slick psychedelic rock music with hooks on top of vicious razor riffs on top of beautifully crafted lyrics and wonderfully harmonic vocals perpetuating a sonic experience of primal fury coated in polymer precision and encased in high impact imagination. Hurriah’s music is in rarefied company with their harmonic vocal approach which adds a clean, sweet spice to their dark energy groove as it expands your consciousness and excites your stoner soul.
– Heavy Planet