Hooray For Earth
Some bands are collaborative efforts while others are essentially a one-man show. Every article about Hooray For Earth, whether it was in Rolling Stone, Pitchfork or Spin, mentioned Noel Heroux but no one else. That was a pretty good sign Hooray For Earth was closer to the latter.
Heroux produced some home recordings prior to leaving Boston for New York City in '07. Months later Hooray For Earth released a six-track EP titled "Cellphone." A second EP, "Momo" landed in '09.
A one-off single "A Place We Like" began a production collaboration with Brooklyn musician Twin Shadow (George Lewis Jr.).
Hooray For Earth's full-length debut, "True Loves" dropped in '10. Produced by Heroux and mixed by Chris Coady, several tracks featured vocal contributions by New York City noise-pop group Zambri (Cristi Jo and Jessica Zambri).
When the set was released in Europe, the track "No Love" landed on BBC's Radio 1 playlist.
An EP, with the tracks "Never" and "Figure", dropped in '12 with full-length sophomore effort "Racy" landing two years later.
2010 True Loves