Veronica Grim & The Heavy Hearts – Revelator (2017)
Artist:Veronica Grim & The Heavy Hearts
Year Of Release:2017
Label:Zero Dog Thirty Records
Total Size:275/106 MB
WebSite:Album Preview Today, 15:58
1. Cursed In Love (4:39)
2. Bad Idea (3:43)
3. Blue (3:33)
4. M.O.N.S.T.E.R (3:40)
5. Until The Wicked End (4:53)
6. Duet (4:55)
7. Somewhere (4:55)
8. Play Me (4:11)
9. For Life (5:36)
10. One Foot In The Grave (5:12)
"Revelator" means "one that reveals" and that's certainly true in the case of the debut album from this band of misfit toys. Formed in Long Beach, California in early 2014, Veronica Grim & The Heavy Hearts knew early on the stories they were telling weren't for everyone: their's is a tapestry of truths that burn like whiskey and haunt like ghosts – but for every painful memory on the album, there is also raucous celebration of love, brotherhood, romance and mischief. At the end of the day, knowing the party has to end someday makes each kiss deeper, each shot more intoxicating and each chord ring with more truth.
Featuring searing guitar licks, concussive drums, hypnotic bass and soulful, sardonic vocals Veronica Grim and the Heavy Hearts are the real thing. Outlaw country heart that kicks like a mule blended with Southern charm that won't quit and a punk rock spirit as big as the California coast.
Touted as "the band that only wears boots," one listen to "Revelator" and you'll understand the cowboy spirit that only lets outlaws like these die with them on. Go ahead and try us – we're your huckleberries.