The Hobbs Sisters Release New Single “Starting Fires”

Article Contributed by 117 Entertainment | Published on Friday, May 21, 2021

The newest single, “Starting Fires,” from twin-duo, The Hobbs Sisters, was released today with an exclusive premiere in The Boot. “Starting Fires” is full of rhythmic guitar, ranging vocals and solid harmonies and is as relatable as it gets. It takes you through the experiences we have all been through when someone is moving way too fast emotionally, all while you are just there for the fun. Written by Hannah and Lauren along with Joey Ebach, the three capture the feelings of not getting too attached because in the end it will just lead to a fire you can not put out. Listen to “Starting Fires” here.

“When we wrote ‘Starting Fires’ we tried to capture the energy of our live show and describe the feelings you have when a relationship gets too serious too fast. This song was so much fun to write and we are excited for everyone to hear it!” says The Hobbs Sisters.

“Starting Fires” follows up their most recent single “What If It Was,” which was featured in Sounds Like Nashville and American Songwriter praising their vocal harmonies. The duo credit their Pappaw with their love of country music and their drive to pursue music as they got older. Perfecting their harmony skills in high school in a Barber Shop Quartet has helped make Hannah and Lauren stand out in a crowd of strong female duos, landing opening spots for Lady A, Charlie Daniels, Brett Eldredge, Sammy Kershaw, Diamond Rio, Aaron Tippin, Trent Harmon and more.  

About The Hobbs Sisters

The Hobbs Sisters are a modern country duo that brings a combination of big voices, twin sister harmonies and high energy performances to the stage. They are based out of Nashville, Tenn. and continue to build their fan base by performing at various fairs, festivals and venues. They have opened for national acts such as Lady A, Charlie Daniels and Brett Eldredge. Growing up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, The Hobbs Sisters, Hannah and Lauren, were always singing. They credit both their grandfather, Pappaw John, and the church choir for getting them into music. It was their grandfather who first exposed them to country music and playing the guitar. They began performing as a duo in the Pittsburgh area, as well as in Winston Salem, N.C., where they graduated from Wake Forest University. From their harmony-driven original songs to their unique interpretations of country covers, The Hobbs Sisters are making a name for themselves as singers, songwriters and entertainers. For more information visit