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Studio album by Hawthorne Heights
Released June 1, 2010
Recorded 2009 - 2010
Genre Alternative rock, pop punk, emo
Label Wind-up Records
Producer Howard Benson
Hawthorne Heights chronology
Fragile Future
Singles from Skeletons
  1. "Nervous Breakdown"
    Released: March 23, 2010

Skeletons is the fourth full-length album by American rock band, Hawthorne Heights. It is their first album to be released through Wind-up Records. The release date for the album was June 1, 2010.[1] The album has 13 tracks.[2] The album is produced by Howard Benson.

The first song released as a single from the album is "Nervous Breakdown".

2009 Never Sleep Again tour[change | change source]

Because the band member who did the harsh vocals for the band died, the album before this one, Fragile Future, didn't have any death growls in it. During the 2009 tour, though, one of the other band members started using these vocals for the band, so this album has them again.

Other music groups like Just Surrender, Monty Are I, Punchline, and Anarbor went on the tour too.

During the tour the band played a song called "End of the Underground" and passed out download cards for the song "Unforgivable". These were the first two songs anyone heard from the new album.

Track listing[change | change source]

  1. "Bring You Back"
  2. "Nervous Breakdown"
  3. "End of the Underground"
  4. "Drive"
  5. "Gravestones"
  6. "Broken Man"
  7. "Last Few Words"
  8. "Abandoned Driveways"
  9. "Picket Fences"
  10. "Here I Am"
  11. "Hollywood & Vine"
  12. "Unforgivable"
  13. "Boy"

References[change | change source]

  2. on Feb 5 2010