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Hallelujah the Hills (band) is an American indie rock band from Boston, Massachusetts, formed in 2005 by Ryan Walsh. They have been hailed by the Boston Phoenix as "one of Boston's most prized pop possessions", received a 3 1/2 star review for their debut in Rolling Stone Magazine, and have been praised by Pitchfork Media as having "vivid lyrics," and a "knack for crafting fist-pumping anthems." The band was signed to Misra Records in 2006 on which they released their first two full-length albums. They have co-written a song with Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, collaborated with author Jonathan Lethem, and have had a live performance interrupted by Chevy Chase. In 2009, the band helped arrange and record the Titus Andronicus album The Monitor. All trumpet, cello, keyboards, and piano parts for the album were recorded with Hallelujah the Hills in Boston in August 2009, including backing vocals on "A More Perfect Union" and "Titus Andronicus Forever". After the album's release, the two...
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