Tunnel Traffic Returns With Third Single, ‘I’ll Be Sorry’

TUNNEL TRAFFIC makes a quick return with third single, ‘I’ll Be Sorry’.

The smooth/slight racy arrangement, which makes way for the satisfyingly roaring guitar riffs towards the end, serves as the perfect lead up to his album, ‘Age Of Conviction’, out on next Tuesday (3rd December).

Have a listen to the final installment below:

 

Tunnel Traffic shares Second Single, ‘Skip’

Adam Hachey – akaTUNNEL TRAFFIC once again calls upon long-time collaborator and singer Jacky Muñoz for brand new single ‘Skip’.

Still obtaining a nostalgic feel, ‘Skip’ takes a different detour to previous racy effort, ‘Another Story’, and sports low down gritty arrangements (think Nirvana) with Muñoz’s vocals titillatingly weaving throughout two-and-a-half production.

Released yesterday (19th November), ‘Skip’ is the second installment from Tunnel Traffic’s upcoming LP, ‘Age of Convictions, out next month. Have a listen below…

Tunnel Traffic Unveils ‘Another Story’ Ahead Of Album

Philly songwriter Adam Hachey – aka TUNNEL TRAFFIC – tries something a little different with his brand new single, ‘Another Story’, released yesterday (12th November).

For a change, Hachey steps back and makes way for singer and long collaborator, Jacky Muñoz’s feathery vocal instrument to wash over the nostalgic, shoe glaze – esque arrangements.

‘Another Story’ serves as the first teaser from his upcoming LP, ‘Age of Convictions’, set for release next month. Hachey will release a single each week, until the arrival of the album

Get the first taste of the album and have a listen to ‘Another Story’ below…

Album Review: Meesh – Tunnel Traffic

It’s been some time (I think roughly a year and a half) since Adam Hachey, the brainchild of TUNNEL TRAFFIC, appeared on NEW LEASE MUSIC with his 2015 album, ‘Absolute Dreams’. Out of nowhere, this alternative folk-rocker recently emailed his new album, ‘Meesh, in which he produced while making his big shift to the City of Brotherly Love.

Unlike his previous collection, which was an atmospherically intense affair, ‘Meesh’ gets right down to it with bursts of zesty guitar licks through the first few tracks, ‘Lesson Learned’, ‘Pockets’ and ‘Anew’.

The psychedelic ride passes and makes way for a softer journey of lo-fi/new wave(ish) arrangements and the rich influence of that  70s inspired soulful rock, before turning up the tempo through efforts, ‘Maxwell’ and ‘All Day, Err Day.’

The latter part of the album is what I personally think is classic TRAFFIC TUNNEL. With the return of the zesty guitar plucks, the almost stripped back pieces becomes intense and personal, where you can not only hear, but FEEL every word uttered.

‘Meesh’ sees Adam comes out of his comfort zone and go down the experimentation route, which is great – but personally, he’s at his best when he perform songs that hone right into the soul.

Must Listens: Familiar, Slope Day, Mitch, Memorial

Album Review: Absolute Dreams – Tunnel Traffic

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Adam Hachey, otherwise known as TUNNEL TRAFFIC, released his latest album, Absolute Dreams which heavily experiments with folk, pop and electronic music.

The ukulele steals the show in the 11-track production, creating breathtakingly magical moments in stripped back performances as well as boldly taking on the intense atmospheric drive, with the result being standout synthpop/new wave-inspired compositions.

Must Listens: Lost Time, Is This Longing, Channel, This Is For You.