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Hamilton Leithauser Shares New Song “Here They Come”

New Single Out Now via Glassnote and Follows Teaser Video Featuring Ethan Hawke

Feb 07, 2020
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Hamilton Leithauser (formerly of The Walkmen) has shared a new song, "Here They Come." Part of the song could heard in a funny teaser video that we posted yesterday in which Leithauser got beaten up by actor/writer Ethan Hawke. Now, as promised, you can stream the whole song below. It features backing vocals by Leithauser's wife Anna Stumpf and the single is out now via Glassnote.

There's no word yet on when the new album from Leithauser will be released. In the teaser video Leithauser said his new album is made up of songs about real people, many of them his friends. "'Here They Come' is about a friend who tends to run from his problems," Leithauser further explained in a voice over, as he walked around New York City. "When the going gets tough, he tends to just cut and run. The song is about the specific moment when the lights are coming up in a movie theater where he's been hiding out all day."

In the teaser Leithauser then arrives at Café Carlyle (where he had a series of residency shows in January) to play the song for one of his friends, who turns out to be Hawke. Right off the bat, the actor is annoyed that Leithauser is late. Then Hawke has a violent reaction to the song.

Back in 2016 Leithauser teamed up with Rostam Batmanglij (formerly of Vampire Weekend) to release a collaborative album, I Had a Dream That You Were Mine, via Glassnote.

Ethan Hawke stars in the upcoming Nikola Tesla biopic, appropriately titled Tesla, which recently debuted at the Sundance Film Festival to rave reviews.

Read our 2018 joint interview between Ethan Hawke and Phosphorescent's Matthew Houck.

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