The Seattle-based band got the crowd dancing wildly and screaming for more at the Commodore.
The Head and the Heart, Fox Theater, Thursday
“Down in the valley / with whiskey rivers / these are the places that you’ll find me hiding.” That line from The Head and the Heart’s “Down in the Valley” is likeable for a few reasons: a) whiskey rivers should be a real thing; b) hide-and-go-seek will never go out of fashion and should be celebrated as such; c) WHISKEY RIVERS SHOULD BE A REAL THING PLEASE KTHANKS; and d) it evokes the kind of place and idea The Head and the Heart embody, the idea of escaping into a landscape and making camp the way we used to. In short, Seattle’s Head and the Heart will take you to a better place. Just bring your singalong voice and a compass to find that whiskey river.
The Head and the Heart have been in constant motion—and they don’t appear to be taking time off for the holidays. They will be playing Roseland Theater this Friday, December 6 as part of KINK Jingle Bell Jam.
The Head and the Heart’s Tyler Williams doesn’t mind revealing that there were battles he lost during the creation of the Seattle quintet’s second album.
A “Hurricane” is approaching “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” NBC confirmed in a release Monday that burgeoning indie-pop duo MS MR will play the December
In 2009, Seattle folk-rock band The Head and the Heart self-released their debut album with modest expectations. A year later, it was picked up by Sub Pop,
It’s been a scant two years since Seattle’s The Head and The Heart released its self-titled debut album for Sub Pop, a smash that went on to become one of the best-selling debuts in Sub Pop’s impressive history.
This Seattle six-piece has not achieved notoriety through the traditional buzz trajectory. When The Head And The Heart formed in
Seattle’s The Head and the Heart played Stubb’s this past weekend with Quiet Life.
With the emergent success of folk rock in mainstream music, The Head And The Heart are turning heads and moving hearts.
Seattle indie-folk-rockers The Head and the Heart performed to a sold out show Wednesday night at Tipitina’s in New Orleans. The group stopped in the Crescent City to promote “Let’s Be Still,’ an October 15 release, before heading to Texas…
Phoenix and the Head and the Heart performs at the Fox Theatre in Boulder on Aug. 8, 2013. Photos by Kirsten Cohen, heyreverb.com.