The Head and The Heart’s Debut Sees UK Re-Release

This week, Heavenly Recordings re-released the debut album from Seattle-based band The Head and the Heart. The record was issued earlier this year in North America via Sub Pop Records. The band has steadily built a major international presence with its blend of Americana, folk and indie rock sounds, with pensive, poignant lyrics and compelling vocals.

The Head and the Heart was first put out by the band in 2010, but when Sub Pop released it in April 2011, the album was remastered and featured a re-recorded version of "Sounds Like Hallelujah" and added in live favorite "Rivers and Roads." This UK deluxe reissue features three bonus tracks recorded live: "Rivers and Roads" and two new songs, "Josh McBride" and "Chasing a Ghost." Fans may also know these bonus songs from the Fuel/Friends Chapel Sessions from March 2011.

Preview the three bonus tracks below, courtesy of Heavenly Recordings.

Rivers and Roads
HVNLP85 Deluxe version – The Head and The Heart ‘Rivers And Roads’ by heavenlyrecordings

Josh McBride
HVNLP85 Deluxe version – The Head and The Heart ‘Josh McBride’ by heavenlyrecordings

Chasing a Ghost
HVNLP85 Deluxe version – The Head and The Heart ‘Chasing A Ghost’ by heavenlyrecordings

Buy the UK Re-release here

The Head and The Heart also just debuted a new music video for the opening track from their album, "Cats and Dogs." Check it out:

The Head and the Heart US website
Sub Pop Records

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