The Head And The Heart
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Formed in Seattle by a group of northwestern transplants, the Head and the Heart is an indie folk band whose influences include Americana, country-rock and classic Beatlesque pop. By the end of the summer, they'd created enough buzz in the Pacific Northwest to entertain offers from several record labels, eventually signing with Sub Pop that fall and reissuing their album -- this time with remastered tracks and one new song -- in early The Head and the Heart spent much of their time on tour in and subsequently began the writing process for their second album while they were on the road. The bandmembers eventually returned to Seattle to record their sophomore release, 's Let's Be Still. Enjoying continued success, they moved from Sub Pop to Warner Bros. Featuring their second U. Adult Alternative chart-topper "All We Ever Knew," the album was released in September of and soared to number five on the Billboard , their highest showing to date.
The shots are of an empty stage, horizontal lights zig-zagging around it — not quite a U2-style spectacle, yet not quite something one would associate with the natural-beauty pop of a band like his. These are heady days for the Head and the Heart. Their gig tonight will serve as a warm-up to a headlining summer tour at larger venues. They lost one member to drug addiction and recovery, another to road burnout, and the band almost collapsed a few days into the early rehearsals and songwriting sessions for Living Mirage. After watching some of their s indie rock peers flounder, the Head and the Heart decided to bear down and become what once might have been unthinkable — a more disciplined pop group.
Sub Pop re-releases this Seattle group's debut, which is heavy on old-time instrumentation, wan gospel harmonies, and heart-on-sleeve songwriting. Recorded and released on their own dime, the Head and the Heart's self-titled debut is one of the biggest grassroots success stories of the past year. The Seattle band managed to sell 10, copies by word of mouth alone, which is impressive for any unsigned act, especially in this economic and business climate. They're touring relentlessly and have landed some enviable opening gigs for Vampire Weekend and, ahem, Dave Matthews. The result is a deal with Sub Pop and, inevitably, a re-release of their debut.
Music Review: The charm is missing on The Head and the Heart's new album
The Head and the Heart is an American indie folk band. They were formed in the summer of by Josiah Johnson vocals, guitar, percussion and Jonathan Russell vocals, guitar, percussion. -