The struggle between the head and the heart is one we all know too well, but there is no debate this time: when The Head and the Heart come to the Fillmore on September 22nd, the show is a must-see.
The indie-folk group released their third record Signs of Light last year — for me, it was slightly disappointing but nonetheless expansive and complex record. It was also their first album in three years following a bit of time off for the members to reset and the extended absence of co-frontman Josiah Johnson. As a long-time fan, I knew I was going to see their Fillmore show during last year’s tour no matter what I thought of the new album and, let me tell you, it was the right decision (I may or may not have cried at several points throughout the set, but nobody can prove anything).
Hearing their classic songs like “Rivers and Roads” and “Down in the Valley” reimagined in the context of Signs of Light really shifted the sound of the new record into something that made sense r– ather than a sell-out turn to a more pop, commercial sound that it had initially appeared to be. Ticket pre-sale begins on June 13th, and every ticket purchaser will receive their choice of a physical or digital standard copy of the new record. For more information, click here.
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