Heavy Heart are a five-piece alternative rock band formed in 2014 in London, UK. They are notable for having recorded and released a new song every month throughout 2016. The band was initially formed at the start of 2014 in South East London as a three-piece by Anna Vincent (vocals, guitar), James Vincent (guitar) and Patrick Fitzroy (guitar). They expanded the line-up later that year with the addition of Adam Williams (bass) and Craig Brown (drums). They self-released a demo cassette tape This Season in November 2014, with singles Daisy Chain and Another Wave described by NME magazine as "a graceful and rewarding listen", following this in 2016 with a project which involved writing, recording and releasing a new song online every month throughout the year. All twelve songs form a full-length vinyl collection to be released in 2017 by independent London-based record label I Can & I Will. Heavy Heart have appeared live at 2015's CMJ Music Marathon in New York City as well as at Spain's MBC Fest and Truck Festival in the UK. The band have received radio support from Gary Crowley at BBC Radio London, Tom Robinson at BBC Radio 6 Music and Charlie Ashcroft at Amazing Radio in the UK, as well as in the USA on WMFO (Medford, MA), DKFM (Fresno, CA), 913 The Summit (Akron, OH), WJCU (Cleveland, OH), 106.1 The Corner (Charlottesville, VA), and WVPB (Charleston, WV). Their music was described by NME as "a graceful and rewarding listen" and by The Line of Best Fit as "lush alt-rock", whilst The Revue included the band in their Artists to Watch in 2017 feature, saying they had "an intoxicating rock formula with a 90s slant".
2. A melodic punk rock band from Nantes, France (active from summer 2015 to present) 3. A melodic hardcore band (active from 2013 to 2014) from Milwaukee, WI. They released their debut single "Currents" in April of 2013, followed up by "Empty Arms" featuring Garrett Rapp of The Color Morale.
According to their Facebook page, they disbanded in 2014. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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