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“The cover is a photo of my son at the park taken by Chris’s wife Krystl” states Nixon. I see determination..‘I'll make my own path’ adage.
“When my wife showed me the picture, it immediately resonated in so many ways. Walking from the light, to the darkness; that to me is a pretty heavy statement in itself.
“That’s not to say this album is some dark and brooding album.
There are definitely some light-hearted tunes on here as well; some that are fun.
The “Hanley” in the band’s name is a tribute to a friend, Ashley Hanley, who died tragically in a car accident in October 2006. She was a tireless promoter of our music and she was an anchor for us emotionally. In early 2007, Framing Hanley wrote and recorded their debut release The Moment in just 6 weeks.
In March of 2007 “Hear Me Now” was already on numerous radio stations and Silent Majority Group subsequently released an independent version of The Moment in May.
After the sessions were finished, but before the album came out, bassist Luke Mc Duffee left the group.
After a long break to recharge their creative batteries, the group began work on their third album with a variety of producers.At the time, the other band members and I were all going back and forth for cover ideas for the record, but when I saw this, it was just too strong of an image to not be used. I could go on all day with a million different things of what the picture says to me, but the best thing about this cover is I think it's a picture people can look at and interpret their own meaning. I love hearing a fan's perspective of a song because it is always different.I expect this picture to be the same.” From Nashville, TN, Framing Hanley gradually came together when high school friends, drummer Chris Vest & bassist Luke Mc Duffee met future vocalist Kenneth Nixon at Volunteer State Community College.“Radio was my background for 20 years and I knew that ‘Hear Me Now’ was a very special song; and Jeff has helped develop a number of very successful artists and there was no question in his mind that the band was capable of great things” says Schmidt.
With the new year also came a new name, and Framing Hanley was born. The album is a collection of modern alternative rock infused with undeniable pop hooks, heart-felt lyrics and huge choruses worthy of an arena size sing-a-long.