Up until 2014, Hurry consisted exclusively of Matthew Scottoline, joined by a revolving group of friends for performances, while doing all of the songwriting and recording on his own. Influenced by the likes of Teenage Fanclub, Guided By Voices, The Bats, and Brian Wilson, Hurry remained a solo project up until the release of debut full-length Everything/Nothing where Scottoline finally secured bandmates in cousins Rob and Joe Decarolis. The group went on to tour with everyone from Yuck to Beach Slang and was roped into the Lame-O Records fold to record the song "Shake It Off" for the label's 2015 six-band split Strength In Weakness. In April 2016, Hurry released their sophomore album Guided Meditation, which Pitchfork called "pure power pop in the vein of the Posies and Matthew Sweet." Their third album Every Little Thought builds on that sentiment and is easily their most accomplished effort to date.