Posts tagged "the head and the heart"

The Head and the Heart Energize ‘Kimmel’ With Two Songs

It seems like a few months on the road have made the Head the Heart way more confident in their performances. Back in October, the…
By: Dan Reilly / February 6, 2014

Monsters of Health: Pearl Jam, Jim James Help Clear Up Obamacare Confusion

Dave Lamb was on tour in Houston with his folk duo Brown Bird when he found himself struggling just to get through a song. He'd…
By: Marc Hogan / January 30, 2014

Who Charted? Pearl Jam and Paul McCartney, Amidst Flagging Figures

First! Those purveyors of all things grungy and keepers of the World Series score, Pearl Jam score No. 1 with Lightning Bolt. Eddie Vedder and co. sold…
By: Chris Martins / October 23, 2013

Watch the Head and the Heart ‘Shake’ Powerfully for ‘Letterman’

The Head and the Heart sat down with SPIN recently to talk about some of their favorite things and discuss their newly released second album,…
By: Kyle McGovern / October 17, 2013

Jack White and Whiskey: The Head and the Heart’s Must-Haves

Only a couple years ago, the Head and the Heart were struggling to capture the attention of passersby while busking on Seattle street corners. Now,…
By: Paula Mejia / October 8, 2013

Watch the Head and the Heart’s Endearing ‘Down in the Valley’ Video

If you live somewhere in the continental United States, much of the scrolling scenery that comprises the Head and the Heart's E. Ryan McMackin-directed cli…
By: David Bevan / February 9, 2012

First Spin: Hear the Head and the Heart’s ‘When I Fall Asleep’

This week, the Head and the Heart released their first iTunes Sessions EP, an exclusive set the Seattle roots enthusiasts put to tape while spearheading…
By: David Bevan / November 29, 2011

Meet the New Stars of Americana

Call it chillbilly, bootgaze, artisanal rock, outhouse, tin can alley, or hobohemian. But dismiss it at your own peril. The homegrown retro scene is here.
By: Amanda Petrusich / May 16, 2011

The Head and the Heart, ‘The Head and the Heart’ (Sub Pop)

The debut by this Seattle indie-folk group suffers slightly from an abundance of niceness: Even the ostensibly edgy moments, as in the regret-filled "Honey Come…
By: Josh Modell / April 19, 2011
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