Wild Silence (Deluxe Edition) The Wandering Hearts
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- 2Wish I Could02:56
- 3Fire And Water03:11
- 4If I Fall04:22
- 5Change For The Good03:59
- 7Biting Through The Wires03:06
- 8Wild Silence03:32
- 9Laid In The Ground03:01
- 10Burning Bridges03:50
- 11Heartbreak Hotel03:09
- 13Til The Day I Die03:09
- 15Heart Stops Beating03:13
- 16Wish I Could (Alternate Version)03:11
- 17Wild Silence (Acoustic)04:29
- 18Fire And Water (Acoustic)03:20
- 19The Wonder Of You (Live In Memphis)03:06
- 20Burning Bridges (Live In Memphis)04:03
Info for Wild Silence (Deluxe Edition)
There’s no doubt that 2017 has been a whirlwind year for folk-Americana group The Wandering Hearts. Having released their first EP Burning Bridges in November, and with a string of high profile performances under their belt, The Wandering Hearts are now kicking off 2018 with their debut album Wild Silence, out on Decca Records on 9 February 2018. The band will also go into the New Year winning the coveted Bob Harris Emerging Artist Award at The UK Americana Awards 2018.
A tale that seems too unbelievable to be true, The Wandering Hearts in fact met almost by chance and were discovered 26 minutes after uploading their first ever demo to SoundCloud, recorded only the second time the band had met to rehearse together. Their shared passion for Americana, vocal harmonies and gin drew them together two years ago, and one afternoon in an empty bar room of the Earl Haig Hall in Crouch End, The Wandering Hearts were born. The band signed a major recording deal with Decca Records shortly after.
Wild Silence promises to be a thrilling debut album from the quartet. With their seamless vocal harmonies, The Wandering Hearts are reminiscent of First Aid Kit and Of Monsters and Men, whilst channelling Fleetwood Mac’s pop sensibility and the storytelling of Chris Stapleton, all the while keeping their British roots at their heart. Band members AJ, Chess, Tim and Tara are all grafters – working hard to hone their skills as musicians and songwriters, and the standard is there to be seen. Their debut album showcases the band’s knack for telling heartfelt stories through their lyrics, and is a perfect balance of catchy, up-tempo numbers, such as ‘Fire & Water’ and ’Rattle’, and flawless harmony-led ballads, such as ‘If I Fall’ and ‘Laid In The Ground’, for which the band have become renowned. The album features previous releases ‘Wish I Could’, ‘Devil’ and ‘Burning Bridges’ which have become rapturously received favourites during the band’s live shows this year.
Speaking of the album, The Wandering Hearts say, ““The title track ‘Wild Silence’ is about an unspoken, unexplainable bond that draws people together. You don’t know why or how, all you know is that you can’t ignore or fight it. Everyone can relate to this feeling, and as a band we certainly can, so we felt it was a fitting title for the album as a whole. We met almost serendipitously two years ago and since then, we have built a deep, often unspoken connection and understanding of one another.
“We are so grateful for the support we have received in such a short amount of time together as a band. We have worked hard on this album and are so excited to be able to share it with people!”
The Wandering Hearts wrote and recorded the majority of their debut album at east London recording studio, The Premises with producer Pete Hammerton. In-between recording dates, the band played their second sold out show in London at The Borderline and performed at summer festivals across the country, including British Summer Time Festival Hyde Park – sharing the bill with the late Tom Petty, Stevie Nicks and label-mates The Lumineers – a highlight of 2017 for the band. In the autumn, they joined the legendary Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives on their UK tour, during which, Marty personally invited them to join him on tour in Nashville in June 2018.
The Wandering Hearts
The Wandering Hearts
Fresh off the back of their sold out headline gig at London’s Borderline and UK tour supporting legend Marty Stuart, Folk-Americana group The Wandering Hearts are back on the road for the Coffeehouse Sessions.
The Wandering Hearts are reminiscent of First Aid Kit, Of Monsters and Men and Chris Stapleton, whilst keeping their British roots at the very heart of their music. Their seamless vocal harmonies and pop sensibility add a twist of Fleetwood Mac.
Band members AJ, Chess, Tim and Tara are all grafters – working hard to hone their skills as musicians, and the standard is there to be seen. Hearing how naturally their voices blend together, it’s incredible they met almost by chance 18 months ago. Their love of folk, Americana, vocal harmonies and gin drew them together, and one afternoon in an empty bar room of the Earl Haig Hall in Crouch End, The Wandering Hearts were born.
The band’s debut, ‘Wish I Could’, is one of the first songs The Wandering Hearts wrote together and highlights their knack for crafting heartfelt lyrics. A bittersweet song, it has an undeniable tragic truth in the lyrics that really punches when coupled with the pounding upbeat music and melody. The Wandering Hearts’ second release, ‘Devil’ further showcases their ability to tell stories and write undeniably catchy lyrics. With a melody that is sure to have listeners humming along for days, ‘Devil’ is a driving song that’s one of the band’s favourites to play live. A beautiful balance of harmonies, it seamlessly blends the band’s powerful vocals.
Discovered within half an hour of uploading their first demo online, The Wandering Hearts signed a major recording deal with Decca Records shortly after. This year has seen the band play sold-out headline shows at St Pancras Old Church and the Borderline, plus a string of summer festivals across the UK including Bestival, Cornbury, Secret Garden Party and Standon Calling. The summer highlight for the band was sharing the bill with Tom Petty and Stevie Nicks at BST Hyde Park. They’ve been busy recording their debut album, due for release in early 2018.
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