Hamish Anderson's sophomore album isn't due out until early 2019, but the Australian-born singer, songwriter and guitar hero is kicking off the campaign with a new track, the hard rocking "No Good," whose video premieres exclusively below.
"This is a totally different experience; I've never been finished with an album so quickly and then had so long to wait," Anderson, who resides primarily in Los Angeles these days, says with a laugh. "I’m super proud of how it came out. I'm just excited to get it out there."
Anderson once again worked with Jim Scott, who helmed his 2016 debut after stepping in with its original producer. Having Scott on board from the start for the as-yet-untitled sophomore effort made a big difference, according to Anderson. "This one was very organic and natural," Anderson explains. "I took my time with the writing of this one; When the songs finally came together and me and Jim thought they were ready, we started. I got to work with Jim on every single song from conception 'til the end, and I got to have the same band for the whole thing, where on the first one there were different players on different songs."