Hanson also signed with 10 Street Entertainment, a management company rumored to be able to cook things up for other renowned singers, such as Meat Loaf. The boys, in 2004, released a new album called Underneath. It was an album that put them on the map of independent records, climbing to the top of Billboards Independent Album Charts. Despite this, Hanson claims to have lost more money than they made in the first endeavor on their own record label.
Following this release, Isaac, Taylor, and Zac began touring colleges and promoting a documentary they made showcasing the struggles of the music industry, particularly the fall out they had with their former record label. Taking a step into giving back, Hanson also recorded "Great Divide" in 2006 with a choir from South Africa. Releasing it to iTunes as a single, all proceeds from the song went to fighting the AIDS epidemic in Africa.
Most recently, Hanson is still marching on; they are set to release their newest album, The Walk, in late spring 2007. This album is said to be much different from Underneath, full of harder and more unique lyrics.
On a personal level, the little boys from Hanson are all grown up. Each brother is married with Taylor the father of three children and Isaac soon to be the father of one.