Your new favourite band, HAERTS, are making waves. Brooklyn based girl/boy duo who are set for big things. They released their debut track Wings and people are already begging for more.
Exciting times:Show your love for Brooklyn’s HAERTS
For the last year, 5 friens have been housed away putting the pieces of something very exciting together. Nini Fabi, Ben Gebert, Garrett Ienner, Derek McWilliams, and Jonathan Schmidt, have been working on a track and this weekend the efforts of the quintet were finally revealed as HAERTS and we were treated to the truly magical sound of their song ‘Wings’. The track was produced with synth-pop musician Jean Philip-Grobler, from the New York based band St. Lucia, honing the sound of their debut single with glorious results.
HAERTS is the latest addition to the popular NY based HeavyRoc Music family, an independent label and recording studio, who aim to develop artists and highlight new and established talent, something that they have successfully done with HAERTS. What’s even more appealing about these guys is that, although we are aware who they are, we are yet to be presented with official images of the band as Haerts. I mean, everyone loves a little mystery, no?
These guys are on to something big, crafting a sound that is not only very now, but also nods to acts of decades past, taking us on a nostalgic journey that looks firmly into the future. Nini’s heart-warming vocals are reminiscent of Stevie Nicks, Bonnie Tyler, Kim Carnes and Siouxsue And The Banshees, adding to the nostalgic instrumentation of Ben, Garrett, Derek and Jonathan.
Here’s the video that they put with the track:
Wings takes us on a tour of 80s balladry perfection via those 90s female pop stars with well-studied punk attitudes, leading to something that is composed of all the right ingredients of a band with a bright future.
Jump on the bandwagon now.
For the download of Wings, follow the links below:
Written by Ben Taylor
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