“Let’s Be Still” from The Head and the Heart’s 10.15.13 album, Let’s Be Still Order the album: Sub Pop - http://u.subpop.com/1mwjqKD iTunes - http://smarturl…
He’s an iconic photographer for rock stars such as the Beastie Boys and Bruce Springsteen. Here, he talks about his first book and the stories behind some of his most memorable images.
SIRIUSXM will carry live coverage of the second weekend of the 2014 AUSTIN CITY LIMITS MUSIC FESTIVAL, starting tonight, OCTOBER 10th, through SUNDAY, featuring performances from PEARL JAM, FOSTER THE PEOPLE, CHVRCHES, THE HEAD AND THE HEART, CAPITAL CITIES, INTERPOL, SPOON, BROKENBELLS, TEMPLES, REAL ESTATE, JIMMY CLIFF and THE AVETT BROTHERS, among others. The coverage will be available on SIRIUSXMU (Channel 35) and ALT NATION (Channel 36), starting 3p-11p (ET) each day here. The …
This year CUMUUS Triple A KFOG/SAN FRANCISCO will be putting on two CONCERT FOR KIDS. DAVID GRAY, YOUNG RISING SONS and JAMES BAY will be at SAN JOSE’s CITY NATIONAL CIVIC on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13th. THE HEAD AND THE HEART and WILD CUB will be at SAN FRANCISCO’s MASONIC on MONDAY, DECEMBER 15th. KFOG MD RENNE RICHARDSON said, “We’re very excited to note that this year’s KFOG CONCERT FOR KIDS benefits UCSF BENIOFF CHILDREN’S HOSPITALS in …
Life-changing music: Is there such a thing as true grit?
Is grit one of those inherent qualities, and you either “got it or you don’t?” Most researchers agree that we can actually help instill this quality in our children, and improve our grittiness as adults.
The relationship between the thoughts of a brain and the feelings of a heart, logic versus emotion, is a complicated struggle that most of us learn to cope with. But some creative people thrive on that discord, and a few even make a career around it. Josiah Johnson, vocalist of indie-folk band The Head and The Heart, falls decidedly in the latter category.
Sitting in the shade within listening range of The Head and the Heart served as the perfect late-afternoon respite. The Seattle-based indie-folk outfit exuded the same contagious energy they did in 2011 when they graced a smaller stage and drew a smaller crowd, only this time they had more material to perform thanks to last year’s sophomore set, “Let’s Be Still.” The crowd, thankfully, was anything but.
Something about the moment was perfect. Maybe it was reaching the exact midpoint of ACL Fest’s first weekend, or maybe it was the late-afternoon light casting longer shadows across the east end of Zilker Park, where The Head and the Heart took the stage for a 4:30 p.m. set on the Samsung Galaxy stage.
The follow-up to the band’s set at the 2014 New Orleans Jazz Fest showcased the power of the acoustic guitar
The slight fall breeze and last few rays of summer sunshine marked the mood Friday evening at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion, as students and community members filled the seats and laid out blankets on the grass for a night of feel-good music from The Head and the Heart.
In the official video for “Shake,” a single from the Head and the Heart’s 2013 sophomore album “Let’s Be Still,” the six members of the indie-folk-rock band are shown running through the song in a warmly decorated rural Seattle studio, hard at work on the craft of their music.