After playing to a sold-out crowd of 450 in December of 2008, the remaining two members of My Hidden Track
were uncertain if they had just played their last show ever or if it was the beginning of something new. Chad Lehr and Nick
Coffing knew one thing for sureó they werenít done playing music together. The Indianapolis natives My Hidden Track sat on
this idea for six months.
Then what began as an advertisement campaign back in early 2009, My Hidden Track removed all the content from their myspace,
purevolume, etc and simply left this message: The addiction begins March 2009. Still not having a solid lineup or a concrete plan
for their comeback from their six month hiatus My Hidden Track began writing, I mean really writing, with an end goal in mind to
have a record complete by March. Often locking themselves in their east side practice space for 12 hours at a time and
holding acoustic writing sessions nightly. The end result of their late night sessions is their Hey Love EP.
Although My Hidden Track hasn't played much since 2009, the band is getting back together for the Holidays.