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Inside The Head and the Heart's Troubles and Resurrection - Rolling Stone
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The Head and the Heart on How New Album 'Living Mirage' 'Holds a Mirror' Up to Themselves
Since they formed in , The Head and the Heart has built a reputation as a successful, acclaimed band, releasing high-quality albums, accumulating hit singles on rock radio, and building a large following with their strong live shows and touring. He discusses the making of their new album Living Mirage , and how the band wrote and recorded several songs at a studio near Joshua Tree National Park in the Mojave Desert in California. He explains how the band writes together, and how he also collaborated with hit songwriters John Hill who has worked with Portugal. DK : I like your new album, Living Mirage. Can you talk about the making of the album?
An acclaimed indie folk band whose influences include Americana, country-rock, and classic Beatlesque pop, the Head and the Heart was formed in Seattle by a group of northwestern transplants. They broke into the mainstream in with the release of their sophomore outing Let's Be Still , which peaked at the number ten slot on the Billboard , and shot straight to the top of the U. Folk and Independent Albums charts. By the end of the summer, they'd created enough buzz to entertain offers from several record labels, eventually signing with Sub Pop that fall and reissuing their album -- this time with remastered tracks and one new song -- in early The Head and the Heart spent much of their time on tour in and subsequently began the writing process for their second album while they were on the road.