News featuring Heart

The following news stories mention Heart. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 2 hours ago.

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  • Father John Misty shares acoustic version of “I Love You, Honeybear” — listen

    Alternate take appears on his limited-edition, heart-shaped Record Store Day 7-inch.

    Read the complete article at consequenceofsound.net

  • Father John Misty – “I Loved You, Honeybee”

    Record Store Day is tomorrow, and to help boost awareness for the red heart-shaped 7″ from Father John Misty that will be available tomorrow, Sub Pop just released the audio. The alternate version of his latest album’s title track “I Love You, Honeybear” is cleverly re-named as “I Loved You, Honeybee.” It will be backed […]

    Read the complete article at stereogum.feedsportal.com

  • Magma @ Le Poisson Rouge (pics)

    photos by Greg Cristman

    "Don't even try to understand the lyrics," Mr. Vander told the audience on Monday night at Le Poisson Rouge, where Magma finished the United States part of an international tour. "It comes from the heart and the beat."

    Read the complete article at www.brooklynvegan.com

  • Rose Windows broke up but new album coming on Sub Pop in May (stream two tracks)

    Rose Windows' new self-titled album will be out May 4. Unfortunately, the Seattle psych band broke up last month, as they announced on their Facebook:

    Sometimes in life we come across pure beauty - an experience that moves us towards a sense of hope; a complete respect for the purity and love that life can offer. It's an experience of this nature that pushes us to create and make the most of what we feel we can offer and share with others. But sometimes it's not enough. As hard as we try, the creation and experience are meant to end. So sometimes we have to let go. Sometimes we have to learn to walk away instead of holding on. We've held on for a long while but the time has come for release. Rose Windows will no longer be moving forward. For the health of the band and the…

    Read the complete article at www.brooklynvegan.com

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