A Whole New Life spans the globe, having been written in Oklahoma City in the United States and Alberta, Canada, mixed in Italy and mastered in the UK. With some 80s influence, the EP conjures a feeling of hopefulness in a time of need.
“Together for more than 20 years, Two Man Advantage is the world’s premier hockey punk band.”
Hyooman’s songs are short and concise, spanning between 2-3 minutes; each one with its own personality and identity. Nevertheless, cohesion is achieved because the band is represented in each song, giving them a piece of their whole.
“I think the future listener can expect to be surprised by us. We’re still figuring out who we are as a band so I have a feeling we’ll continue to be exploring our sound in future releases.” Elison
“This eerie creepy tune befits the time of year, as we close in on Halloween, and the dead and the ghostly shadows enter our subconscious, as life and the beyond are close at hand, and evil and the supernatural are all around us, in our dreams, and disturbingly, in our nightmares.”
When the debut single had a bit of a dark edge to it, this one stands out with light and floating melodies offering a delightful mood. It begins softly with the fiddle and guitar singing gently in unison, before expanding to something that sound like attending a smallish but super cozy live concert somewhere near the forest during midsummer night. Sounding lively, it’s a celebration of life and all of its joys no matter how small.