The Head and the Heart

November 28, 2016 - Comment

So many decisions in life and in the music we love can come down to a critical tug between the logic in our heads and the hot red blood beating through our hearts. Seattle s The Head and the Heart live authentically in that crux, finding joy and beauty wedged there. Their music pulses effervescently

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So many decisions in life and in the music we love can come down to a critical tug between the logic in our heads and the hot red blood beating through our hearts. Seattle s The Head and the Heart live authentically in that crux, finding joy and beauty wedged there. Their music pulses effervescently both explosively danceable and intuitively intelligent. With Americana roots and strong vocal harmonics that swell like a river, this band finds its anchor in solid songwriting that has even the jaded humming along by the second listen.

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M. C. Kenyon says:

Endearing folk-pop jams guaranteed to make you smile What do you get when you cross five heads raised in the Seattle indie music scene and five hearts that sound like they should’ve been raised in Nashville? The Head and the Heart, of course. With their debut self-titled album, the rowdy, gutsy five-piece folk project sounds like they look: adorable. Josiah Johnson and Jonathan Russell met playing open-mic sets in coffee shops, and their primary interest was to add more flesh to their acoustic shows. This snowballed into a drummer, keyboardist,…

stephanie says:

Everything I wanted and more. I originally purchased this album after hearing “Down in the Valley” and I am not disappointed. I will say the other tracks don’t always have the same build up that this song gives but all are good in their own right. Each song smoothly flows into the next track, which makes the whole album really worth the buy. Other highlights for me include: Cats and Dogs, Winter Song and Sounds Like Hallelujah.People have compared them to Mumford but I think this band is really unique…

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