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The band toured through the summer and fall of on their own funds. After a three-year struggle, the brothers left Island Def Jam Records to seek more creative freedom.
Label executives had refused over 80 songs from the band, believing new material lacked marketability. Hanson now records for their own independent label , 3CG Records.
The band's Underneath Acoustic tour occurred during the Summer and Fall of Music included acoustic versions of songs from the then-forthcoming release, Underneath.
The tour ended November 5, with a performance at Carnegie Hall. Released on April 20, , Underneath sold 37, copies in the first week of release in the US alone.
The album debuted at No. They also visited colleges to showcase Strong Enough to Break , the documentary chronicling difficulties with and departure from Island Def Jam.
During college visits, the band held question-and-answer sessions about independent artists' role in the music industry. On January 15, , Hanson released on iTunes the first episode of their documentary podcast "Taking the Walk", detailing production of the studio album.
The first episode of the band's documentary Strong Enough to Break was also released on iTunes.
The program is edited into 13 episodes for release by podcast. In March , Hanson began a "preview tour" to promote The Walk and give fans a taste of recent work.
They also promoted the release of the single " Go " and the UK release of the album. The band invited fan club members, causing hundreds to fly to Oklahoma for the acoustic event.
Hanson played concerts in the summer of , supporting release of The Walk. The record Middle of Nowhere Acoustic was released at the end of that year, exclusively on Hanson.
The record included all but three songs of those originally in Middle of Nowhere "Speechless", "Thinking of You" and "With You in Your Dreams" and featured the song Yearbook , never performed live before.
The band also announced that they would be co-headlining a tour with Hellogoodbye. The tour started in Hanson's hometown of Tulsa , Oklahoma , on September 30, and finished November 11, in Anaheim , California.
Hanson also released a five-song EP titled Stand Up, Stand Up that was available at shows and on the band's official website.
The tracks are acoustic versions of four new Hanson songs, plus the album version of "World's on Fire" which was originally going to be on their album Shout It Out but was ultimately left off the album.
Each concert featured one of the band's four previous albums in its entirety, and the premiere of their upcoming Spring release. On April 30, the band unveiled their new album, Shout It Out.
The concert series was also streamed live on band's official website, Hanson. On March 6, , Hanson shot dance and other sequences for their upcoming music video of their new single, " Thinking 'Bout Somethin' ", at Greenwood Avenue in Tulsa.
Hanson recruited professional dancers for the shoot and also invited fans and local residents to take part in the video, which is an homage to the Blues Brothers.
On June 8, , Hanson's fifth studio record was released. On June 15, , the band's free concert at the South Street Seaport in New York City rather incongruously ended in a riot after an estimated 20, fans showed up at a venue which could only accommodate half that many people.
The rapper Drake was also on the bill. In October , Hanson released "The Painting Book" which includes the paintings they created for these packages.
Throughout the tour, the band broadcast live streams from their website. The footage included introducing the local musician winners of their opening band contest, a few full length concerts, and walks with fans to fight AIDS and poverty in Africa for their Take the Walk Campaign.
The band released a second single from Shout It Out in The band resumed their touring activity in September In early , they toured Canada with Carly Rae Jepsen.
Their sixth album Anthem was released on June 18, The album charted at number 22 on the US Billboard , making it their eighth album to reach the top 40 of the Billboard ; the album also peaked at number 5 on the US Independent Albums chart.
The first single is titled " Get the Girl Back ", which was released on April 9, On October 23, , Hanson served as guest judges on the popular show Cupcake Wars.
On March 16, , Hanson announced their 25th anniversary tour called " Middle of Everywhere: 25th Anniversary Tour " to celebrate the band's first signed album release.
In July , Hanson announced a symphonic tour and accompanying album, titled String Theory. The tour began in August , while the album was released on November 9, In early , Taylor Hanson launched a separate project including members of Smashing Pumpkins , Fountains of Wayne and Cheap Trick called Tinted Windows , a power pop quartet whose debut album quickly earned critical praise and repeat airplay on leading syndicated FM radio programs.
As an April Fools' Day joke in , Hanson covered the song " Wait and Bleed " by the heavy metal band Slipknot , and the website Shockhound claimed that Hanson would record an entire album of Slipknot covers.
In May , they launched their own beer: Mmmhops. Hanson shared the first taste of the beer with those attending the premiere of The Hangover Part 3.
Hanson appeared as dining room guests in the 15th episode of Hell's Kitchen Season In June , they appeared on Owl City 's fifth studio album, Mobile Orchestra , in the song "Unbelievable" as his third single for the album.