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The Head and the Heart

The Head & The Heart (LP)

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The Head and the Heart were still a young unsigned band when they released this self-titled debut in June 2010. A mix of Northwestern folk and homespun Americana, the album attracted the attention of several labels. The group wound up signing with Sub Pop before the year was through, paving the way for the album’s “official” release — which included remastered tracks and the addition of concert favorite “Rivers and Roads” — in early 2011.

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The Head and the Heart is the first studio album by folk rock band The Head and the Heart, released on April 19, 2011, on Sub Pop. A deluxe edition of the album was released in August 2011 and included ‘Chasing A Ghost’ (live), ‘Josh McBride’ (Live) and ‘Rivers and Roads’ (live). Initially, the band had self-released the album in June 2009, selling it at concerts, by word of mouth, and through local record stores. In the ensuing months the album sold 10, 000 copies. Their music plays heavily on the trio of vocal harmonies, piano and violin melodies, and prominent drums and percussion. It was the top-selling album of the year 2010 for the independent Sonic Boom Records in the band’s home neighborhood of Ballard, Seattle. The song “Rivers and Roads” was used in the series finale of NBC’s Chuck. It was also used in the 16th episode of the seventh season of CBS’s hit comedy How I Met Your Mother.


A1 Cats And Dogs 1:55
A2 Coeur D’Alene 4:21
A3 Ghosts 4:18
A4 Down In The Valley 5:03
A5 Rivers And Roads 4:44
B1 Honey Come Home 3:21
B2 Lost In My Mind 4:19
B3 Winter Song 2:44
B4 Sounds Like Hallelujah 3:10
B5 Heaven Go Easy On Me 5:40

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Weight 16 oz
Dimensions 12 × 12 × 1 in




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