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Hanson Team With Orchestra For New Album
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14 Sep 2018 02:38 AM EST

Hanson have partnered with a massive orchestra for their new song, “Siren Call,” which will appear on the group’s upcoming double LP, String Theory, out November 9th. “Siren Call” casts a fittingly dramatic mood with Zac Hanson providing lead vocals over a swell of strings and the thump of his drums. While the song has a distinctly orchestral feel, Hanson inject the song with a pop energy that comes out best in the brothers’ pristine harmonies. For String Theory, Hanson teamed with a 46-piece orchestra and Oscar-winning composer and arranger, David Campbell (who is also Beck’s father). The double album boasts a mix of new songs, previously unreleased cuts and orchestral arrangements of the group’s hits like “MmmBop,” “Where’s the Love” and “This Time Around.”

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