Hayden’s New Social Scene



Back in the late 1990s my first ever-cover story for Chart Magazine (RIP) was with grumbling indie moper Hayden. Now, some 15 years later Sarah has interviewed the spotlight-shy singer to promote his new album Us Alone.

In Sarah’s story Hayden talks about his new affiliation with Broken Social Scene’s record label Arts & Crafts as well as his new, family-friendly worldview. More importantly, her story indicates that, in one way or another, Hayden has been helping to feed the Risky Fuel household for 15 years now.

To read the story head over to Spinner by clicking here.



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