> Framing Hanley discography
Framing Hanley discography highlights:
The first incarnation of Framing Hanley was formed in 2005 at White House, Tennessee, United States and was at first called "Embers Fade".
With the help of former member of "Creed" Brett Hestla, the demos of the band were introduced to Jeff Hanson, the owner of record label Silent Majority Group. This happened in November 2006 and soon after it Framing Hanley signed a recording deal with the label.
The debut album of the band called "The Moment" was released in May 2007. The album was produced by Brett Hestla and the first single of it was the track "Hear Me Now". The album reached the position 169 on US Billboard Album chart and spent seven weeks on the chart. A deluxe edition of the album was released as well containing three bonus tracks, one being a cover version of Lil Wayne's song "Lollipop". "Lollipop" was released as a single and it peaked at number 82 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart.
The second album of Framing Hanley was released at May 2010 and it was called "A Promise to Burn". The album was more successful than its predecessor reaching the TOP100 and peaking at number 57 on US album chart although spending only two weeks there. The first single from the album was "You Stupid Girl" released in April 2010.