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The Head And The Heart - Signs of Light flac album
Signs of Light
The Head And The Heart
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You can still hear it on their third LP – drawn to that sorta library magic, they sing beautifully over an acoustic weave.

Call me the dreamer, head's in the clouds What must go up always comes down I still believe this was always here for me This was always meant to be. So call me a dreamer, I feel like a clown Guess that's what you get for stickin' around Don't know how much longer, I don't know how much pain I can bear Honey, please. Release Date September 9, 2016. Signs of Light The Head and the Heart.

Initially, the band had self-released the album in June 2009, selling it at concerts, by word of mouth, and through local record stores. In the ensuing months the album sold 10,000 copies

New album ‘Living Mirage’ coming May 17th! Listen to Missed Connection + Honeybee.

Album: Living Mirage. Quality: 320Kbps, Lossless.

It’s also the motto for the state of California and a fitting one for the Head and the Heart, who manifested a breakthrough in the California desert with 'Living Mirage. How did Living Mirage make you look at your bandmates in a whole new light? Jonathan Russell: One of the most daunting but rewarding things about making the new record is it kind of holds a mirror back up to all of again. It reveals what’s truly there. We went down to Joshua Tree to try and start from scratch with music and see what would come out of it. It became pretty evident pretty quickly how fractured our friendships were.

On Signs Of Light, that gamut of emotions is felt most deeply on the Josiah Johnson-penned title track, which none of the other members had ever heard until they happened to walk in on him playing it over and over at the piano during pre-production in El Paso, Texas. It was one of those moments where no one talks," Russell remembers. No one needs the chords; no one is looking up. You simply pick up your instrument and play. The next thing you know, nearly 10 minutes have gone by and you have no idea how or why or what just happened. The Head and the Heart.