We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Hospital Job’s new song ” Mount Rushmore” (listen below). The track is taken from the band’s upcoming fourth album Haze Like Me, which is scheduled to be released in July 2018 through Rad Girlfriend Records.
The band commented on the song:
It’s basically a commentary of the modern world written at one of my most cynical moments, which I think makes it a good intro into what this new album’s about. Plus I think the chorus slaps.
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About the band:
Hospital Job is a 4-piece punk band from Springfield, Illinois that is singer/songwriter Luke McNeill’s project when he’s not playing drums and writing the songs in The Copyrights. Hospital Job have been playing together for nearly 10 years at this point. Luke plays everything on the records, but the live band consists of Tim Reynolds (Horrible Things) on guitar/vocals, Fred Malcom (Attic Salt, Starter Jackets) on drums, and Kevin Rotter (The Copyrights) on bass.
“Mount Rushmore” is a track that’s as energetic as it is anthemic. If you are a fan of the kind of pop punk that was pouring out of clubs in the 90s, then you should already know McNeill’s projects like Hospital Job, the Starter Jackets, and of course, The Copyrights.