The Dear Hunter Premiere “Shame”

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The release of The Dear Hunter’s upcoming album is something our entire staff has been looking forward to since the original announcement first broke and with each additional song premiere our excitement grows in leaps and bounds. This will be probably come as a surprise to no one, but today’s reveal is no different.

Partnering with MTV Hive, who have a fancy new player preventing us from embedding the song, The Dear Hunter premiered the Migrant track “Shame” ahead of the album’s April 2 release. The song features frontman Casey Crescenzo’s mother on backing vocals. Speaking to MTV about the collaboration, Casey said “I’m really excited for people to get an idea of what she brought to the record.”

Click here to stream “Shame.”

With less than two weeks to go until the album hits stores, we are just as anxious as all of you for the next Dear Hunter song to surface. Until then, comment below and let us know your thoughts on “Shame.”

James Shotwell

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