Hunter James and the Titanic explore themes of love and redemption in new album ‘La Liberte’

Truly immersive and able to leave fans wanting more from their signature rock sound, Hunter James and the Titanic create innovative music that comes across as prominently folk, Americana and roots rock. Receiving support from New Noise Magazine, CLOUT and RGM to name a few, ‘la Liberte’ feels like a coming-of-age album that reflects on young love lost with a crying hope for redemption throughout. Summarising the album, Hunter James shares, “La Liberte is about finding joy and meaning amongst the trudge of everyday existence.”

Armed with twelve tracks that all have a deeper meaning than they portray, the album weaves through multiple sonic textures and radiates love and reflection – themes that the world always needs more of. Stand out moments come in the form of single ‘Head On’ and it’s remarkable Americana twang, to foot-stomping rocker ‘Over the Line’, and instant classic ‘Tight-Walkin’ Man’. There’s something for everyone buried within the release, and we’re certain you’re going to be leaving the album stuck on repeat.