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Hear HAERTS’ Heavenly Synth-Pop Plea ‘Call My Name’

New track features on quartet's upcoming debut LP, on the way via Columbia

picture-22641-1393275023By: Cynthia Orgel // March 21, 2014

HAERTS have yet to reveal the official release date for their debut album, but the rising New York foursome have shared a new track from the forthcoming set: “Call My Name,” a demure stroke of easy-on-the-ears synth-pop. The self-produced track (the band’s first) disarms not only with its dreamy, orange-sunset color scheme, but also with its brutal kiss-off chorus. “I don’t know why you’re not calling my name,” vocalist Nini Fabi sings over a pattering drum beat and ethereal electronics. “When I leave, I’ll take away the pain.”

Hear “Call My Name” below, scroll further down for HAERTS’ upcoming tour dates, and look out for details on their first full-length — the follow-up to last year’s Hemiplegia EP is due out later this year via Columbia Records.

HAERTS tour dates:

June 6 – New York, NY @ Governors Ball Music Festival
June 12 – Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo Music Festival
June 19 – Dover, DE @ Firefly Music Festival
July 19 – Toronto, ON @ Time Festival