They Hate Change share “Some Days I Hate My Voice”

It’s the fourth and final single from their debut LP, Finally, New, due out May 13 via Jagjaguwar.

April 26, 2022
They Hate Change share “Some Days I Hate My Voice” Photo by Tyree Anderson.  

They Hate Change are almost ready to roll out their debut studio LP, Finally, New, in full. The record drops May 13, and today, the Tampa rap/production duo of Dre and Vonne have shared its fourth and final single. "Some Days I Hate My Voice" follows previous album offerings "1000 Horses," "From the Floor," and "Blatant Localism," adding an exclamation point to their forthcoming project's pre-release credentials.


The new song pairs a growling sub bass with a skittish synth, laying the track out for an ode to androgyny from Vonne that pays tribute to Toronto trans performance pioneer Jackie Shane, X-Ray Specs' frontwoman Poly Styrene, and 100 Gecs' Laura Les.

"I’ve written a bunch of sad lyrics about gender identity in the past, mostly while being sad about gender identity," Vonne explains. "Sad songs are played out though, so I approached this joint charged up and went at it from a different, equally honest perspective, that represents the experience of having a gender identity or expression that’s constantly in flux (in a positive way!).”


Listen to "Some Days I Hate My Voice" and view They Hate Change's upcoming tour dates below.

They Hate Change & Shame tour

August 24 - Vancouver, BC - Rickshaw Theatre
August 25 - Portland, OR - Doug Fir Lounge
August 26 - Seattle, WA - Madame Lou’s
August 28 - Los Angeles, CA - This Ain’t No Picnic
August 30 - Minneapolis, MN - Fine Line
August 31 - Chicago, IL - Thalia Hall
September 1 - Columbus, OH - Skully’s Music Diner
September 3 -Cleveland, OH - Mahall’s
September 4 - Toronto, ON - Lee’s Palace
September 5 - Montreal, QC - Theatre Fairmount
September 7 - Boston, MA - The Sinclair
September 8 - Philadelphia, PA - First Unitarian Church
September 9 - Washington, D.C. - Black Cat

They Hate Change share “Some Days I Hate My Voice”