Young Man in a Hurry, a new band from Chicago whose music sounds like a postmodern millennial séance, releases their debut album, "Jarvis," in 2019.
Young Man in a Hurry is an ever-evolving project that began as a weekly jam session with Matt Baron (Future Hits) and three inventive and distinct musicians: Meyer Horn (Sam Winch, IRG, Pawtuckets), Nick Harris (Ricky Mirage, The Obleeks), and Teddy Rankin-Parker (Iron & Wine, Primus). The supporting trio's common thread was their friendship with Baron and a willingness to help him flesh out a new batch of his idiosyncratic pop songs.
A band born of friendship, and undeniably built in Chicago, Young Man in a Hurry reimagines all the lo-fi substantive sounds of their 80s and 90s youth in a kind of post-modern millennial séance. Their debut album, “Jarvis,” was produced by Brian Deck (Modest Mouse, Iron & Wine) and mastered by Greg Calbi (The National, The War on Drugs, Arcade Fire), and releases in 2019.
The forthcoming long player features guest musicians David Vandervelde (Father John Misty), Jason Stein (J.S. Quartet, Hearts & Minds), Scott Tuma (Souled American), Jon Graboff (Ryan Adams), Ryan Keberle (Sufjan Stevens, David Byrne), Jack Baron (Matt's dad), and Sima Cunningham and Macie Stewart of Ohmme.
Band photography by Sally Blood
Young Man in a Hurry’s tracks