VIDEO: The Head and The Heart Release ‘Signs of Light,’ Play Fests on East and West Coasts




By DOTTIE PARIS

Check out the new video “Rythm and Blues” by The Head and The Heart.

The Head and The Heart is comprised of pianist Kenny Hensley, bassist Chris Zasche, Drummer Tyler Williams, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Charity Rose Thielen and vocalist-guitarist Jonathan Russell.

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Check out the band and you can buy the band’s new album, Signs of Light, here through their website.

Directed by Michael Reich, the “Rythm and Blues” video stars Matt Hopper.

The Head and The Heart is touring — and will hit Southern California venues and Coachella in April, and some New York venues in June, and will make an appearance at the Governor’s Ball.

Tickets for The Signs of Light tour are on-sale now at www.theheadandtheheart.com

The band members each followed their own path of charity and enrichment for a while, going off on different personal projects. When the Head And The Heart regrouped last summer in Stinson Beach, Ca., to start writing together again, it almost felt like they were a new band, Zasche said. “We stayed at a bungalow on the beach. We’d wake up, have coffee and go boogie boarding. We were ready and excited to be back together.”

The Head and The Heart is on tour - Photo courtesy of The Head and the Heart
The Head and The Heart is on tour – Photo from the video courtesy of The Head and the Heart

That renewed sense of purpose can be felt throughout Signs Of Light, the group’s first release for Warner Bros. Records. “This album isn’t about us now having achieved our dreams,” Thielen said. “The day we started being able to live off our art was the day we achieved our dreams, in my mind. This is the album where we really fell into our true voices as those artists.”

Recorded in Nashville with producer Jay Joyce (Eric Church, Cage The Elephant), Signs Of Light is upbeat. The Lead single “All We Ever Knew,” which was written during the “Let’s Be Still” era but never captured to the band’s satisfaction until now, while “Turn It Around” seems primed to be a future concert staple, matching its inspirational message with a lush and multi-layered soundscape.