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Truelove's Gutter, the sixth studio album from Hawley, was first released on 21 September 2009.
Another album title referring to an ancient street in Hawley's native Sheffield, now thought to be the location of present-day Castle Street, which was allegedly named after 18th-century innkeeper Thomas Truelove, who used charge local people to dump their rubbish in the gutter in the street that then flowed down to the River Don.
Thematically, Hawley’s darkest album to date. The album features some uncommon instrumentation, such as the waterphone, megabass, and cristal baschet.
A - As The Dawn Breaks
A - Open Up Your Door
B - Ashes On The Fire
B - Remorse Code
C - Don’t Get Hung Up On Your Soul
C - Soldier On
D - For Your Lover Give Some Time
D - Don’t You Cry