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North Hollywood DJs Justin Warfield and Adam Bravin took four years to put together this concept album about the San Fernando Valley where they grew up. Their Manchester-influenced sounds have warmed considerably into an L.A. state of mind. The guitars still teem with a tonality redolent of Joy Division, but the context now is domesticated. The keyboards are warmer and the vocals sound closer to being California glam boys. “Up In Flames” asserts itself like a cruise down a freeway with David Bowie on the singer’s mind. “Little Stars” captures a doomscape worthy of the Sisters of Mercy or the Psychedelic Furs, who the band opened for on tour. “Not Just a Girl” pounds the dance floor with a sense of finality. “Kiss Me” features a flicker of power pop as it works down to its dance groove. “Maybe She’s Right” shows the group’s vulnerable side with a tune that aches behind its bravado. SWR are moving upwards and onward.

Customer Reviews

Simply Amazing.

Amazing how a band could shift thier whole style over to a lighter tone, experiment with something different, and make it sound awesome. This is why i love She Wants Revenge. They're one of the few bands that will never lose sight of their objective, and they'll never forget where they came from. This album is gonna take the world. SWR <3

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A new SWR?

Listening to what I would consider a degree of pop experimentation through their last round of EPs, I was nervous. However, this album touches on (almost) a degree of optimism and energy that was not expected (nor prevalent in previous full lengths). It is certainly less self-indulgent and perhaps even more self sacrificing. All of that said, Valleyheart exudes a degree of maturity, confirming that SWR has transcended an imposed sense of reclusiveness to a degree of confidence and acceptance while still catering to the band's earliest influences. SWR has maintained its foundational elements, sensibilities, but (in my humble opinion) seems more attainable and relatable to a slightly least experienced audience.


Formed: 2003 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Los Angeles DJs Justin Warfield and Adam "Adam 12" Bravin formed the moody, Joy Division-inspired She Wants Revenge in 2003. A fortuitous combination of word of mouth, industry connections, and airplay on Sirius Satellite Radio and West Coast airwave giant KCRW provided the duo with enough exposure to snag a record deal with Geffen, resulting in a 2006 self-titled release that drew comparisons to Interpol, early Depeche Mode, and the Bravery, as well as their aforementioned eternally depressed post-punk...
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