Hawthorne Heights have released their heavy-hitting yet emotionally-driven new single ‘Thunder In Our Hearts’. The song puts into words the panic attacks frontman JT Woodruff experienced while writing the band’s forthcoming studio album.
He shares, “During the ‘Rain Sessions’ I developed panic attacks that kept me up until 4am every night, and I just couldn’t shake them. So most nights, I was laying in the bed shaking til 4am, then waking up at 7am to get ready for the recording session. Every night, my heart felt like it was going to explode, and there were moments that truly scared me. During one of my shakedowns, I wrote these lyrics about how the darkness that I feel always happens between the nightmare and the dream, and it just seemed to hit right. It all started to make sense. I needed to be home. I wanted to be home. But I just couldn’t get there.”
Give it a spin below: