Gino DePinto, AOL Andy Hull of Manchester Orchestra and singer-songwriter…
- Posted on Feb 28th 2011 4:15PM by Dan Reilly
"'Simple Math,' that song is fictional, and the verses are a kind of storytelling of what I think an affair would be like; the stirring emotion of temptation and lust," Hull tells Spinner. "The chorus is written more spiritually, so that's where the lyrics say 'What if all we thought was right was wrong?' [It's] the scary idea of 'Oh God, what if I've been believing the wrong thing forever?' That's sort of what the record title means."
The single is available for download at Manchester Orchestra's official site, and will hit digital retailers on Tuesday, March 1. The album, which was produced by frequent collaborator Dan Hannon, will be out May 10 via Favorite Gentlemen Recordings.
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