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Youngblood Hawke

Cut in the same colorful material simply because upbeat indie pop contemporaries like Fun., Jukebox the Ghost, Walk the Moon, and Imagine Dragons, Youngblood Hawke, called after a 1961 Herman Wouk book based on the life span of Thomas Wolfe, was produced in 2011 by previous members of brand-new influx revivalists Iglu and Hartly. Featuring the abilities of longtime close friends Sam Martin and Simon Katz, along with Tasso Smith, Alice Katz, and Nik Hughes, the Los Angeles-based quintet’s sun-drenched disposition and adherence to life-affirming, danceable electro-pop impressed General Republic, who agreed upon the group and released their eponymous debut EP in 2012. In 2013, Youngblood Hawke came back with their initial full-length album, AWAKEN.

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