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    1. News : The Head and the Heart Busy Promoting Upcoming Album

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      Local heroes The Head and the Heart have been premiering songs from their upcoming record Signs of Light, due out Sept. 9, as of late, teasing us with a set (that hasn’t hit the internet yet) on LA radio station KCSN and an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel. You can pre-order the album here. September can’t come soon enough.


    2. : Watch The Head & The Heart’s Music Video For ‘Let’s Be Still’

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      Seattle folk pop band The Head And The Heart put out a new video for ‘Let’s Be Still’.


    3. Gallery : Bumbershoot 2014 Day 2

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      Bumbershoot 2014 Day 2 Highlights


    4. News : Bumbershoot 2014 Lineup Announcement

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      Seems like the PNW has been holding a long collective breath for the 2014 Bumbershoot lineup, and it’s finally here! There’s a fantastic lineup of artists both local and otherwise making an appearance between 8/30 and 9/1, including Foster The People, J. Cole, Wu-Tang Clan, Panic! At The Disco, and Neon Trees, as well as PNW acts like The Head And The Heart, Fly Moon Royalty, Hobosexual, Cumulus, and many, many, many more. Read up on the Bumbershoot lineup page, or if you’re already sure you want to go, pick up tickets!


    5. News : The Head And The Heart Fall Tour

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      It’s been a massive Fall for sextet pride of Seattle The Head And The Heart. With the new album ‘Let’s Be Still’ out this past Monday, the band is set for a massive end of 2013. To help push the new album, the band had a KEXP radio session, an in-store at iconic Seattle store Easy Street Records, played a sold out Columbia City Theater, has a single as Starbucks’ national ‘Pick of the Week’, appeared last night on Letterman, completed a Reddit AMA this morning, and is gearing up for an already-halfway-sold-out national tour featuring appearances by the likes of Phoenix, The Arctic Monkeys, Vampire Weekend, and other big names.