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Human Resources takes Glide Magazine to their “Girlfriend’s House”

[image-1] After two years without releasing new music, Human Resources put out a new single titled “Girlfriend’s House.” The single premiered nationally with Glide Magazine on March 12.

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Following the success of their 2018 full length album Champagne, the band wanted to figure out a way to “level up and keep pushing,” bassist and vocalist Aaron Utterback tells Glide. While the vocals and lyrics stay true to the band’s indie pop-rock nature, “Girlfriend’s House” hits harder with a funkier synth-driven sound. It’s a match made in heaven, creating a distinct and fresh tune while keeping a familiar lyrical style.

Utterback notes that the song is about growth and decision making. The band mirrors this message by pushing themselves out of their comfort zones, trying a new sound on for size.

Posted inFeedback File, Music+Clubs

Human Resources takes Glide Magazine to their "Girlfriend's House"

Human Resources | File photo

[image-1] After two years without releasing new music, Human Resources put out a new single titled "Girlfriend’s House." The single premiered nationally with Glide Magazine on March 12.

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Following the success of their 2018 full length album Champagne, the band wanted to figure out a way to “level up and keep pushing," bassist and vocalist Aaron Utterback tells Glide. While the vocals and lyrics stay true to the band's indie pop-rock nature, "Girlfriend's House" hits harder with a funkier synth-driven sound. It’s a match made in heaven, creating a distinct and fresh tune while keeping a familiar lyrical style.

Utterback notes that the song is about growth and decision making. The band mirrors this message by pushing themselves out of their comfort zones, trying a new sound on for size.