"Let's Be Still (Deluxe)" by The Head and the Heart on iTunes

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Customer Reviews

5 out of 5

14 Ratings

A blessing to us all

Dr. Bones,

I was introduced to THATH at The Gorge opening for Dave Matthews in 2013. I've seen them several times since. Heartfealt lyrics, upbeat energy, harmonies that remind me of C, S, N and Y. Their music reaches into your soul and warms your insides. The imagery and beauty they inspire is just wonderful. This album will not dissapoint. The Itunes sessions are extraordinary and I'm waiting for some live shows to be released. A+. Best band I've gotten to know in at least a decade.

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About The Head and the Heart

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. The lineup came together in 2009, when songwriters Jonathan Russell and Josiah Johnson met at an open-mike event at Seattle's Conor Byrne Pub. Pianist Kenny Hensley, bassist Chris Zasche, violinist Charity Rose Thielen, and former Prabir & the Substitutes drummer Tyler Williams rounded out the roster, and the Head and the Heart spent the first half of 2010 touring the Pacific Northwest before self-releasing their eponymous debut in June. 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 2011.

The Head and the Heart spent much of their time on tour during 2012 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, 2013's Let's Be Still. Enjoying continued success, they moved from Sub Pop to Warner Bros. and, after taking a break to recharge their creative batteries, returned to the studio and recorded their third full-length album (and first major-label release), Signs of Light. The album was released on September 9, 2016 with Stinson Beach Sessions, a collection of unreleased demos from the making of Signs of Light, arriving the following year. ~ Andrew Leahey

    Seattle, WA

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