Yea so I don’t like the new album. The album before this one wasn’t so good either. Some bands change to make more money like the rest of us do in our lives every day. Yea I don’t think they are going the right way, so I’ll continue to like their old albums and that’s that. Sorry guys, like your old stuff and I will not be going to your shows anymore because you’ll probably just play all the new stuff which isn’t the old you with the acoustics and the instruments. Now your getting into computers and pop sounds. Can’t do it. Sorry, I’ll have to find someone new.
By Wally JW
Loving the sound of this, listening to it often after having it for two months. It’s s growth album, they expand from their base but this is a great album. Creative vignettes throughout the album.
By penny wise987
I hate this album, they’ve turned into a pop band and their music is garbage now.
This group should be The head and horsemen, that’d be cool
A step in the wrong direction
The first half of this album is solid, I can still hear the heart in the music. However, it sounds like a change for the worse overall. Not gonna jump ship, just give my word.
Mind blowing record!
I’ve been a huge Head and the Heart fan since day one and have loved every evolution of this band! This record was a huge step for them, and I cannot get enough. The overarching theme of positivity and love in this record is exactly what the world needs right now! Cannot wait to catch them on the road
What Signs of Light should have been
I love these guys and the 1st albums are fun. Signs of light had one song I really liked and the rest felt like filler. This is the album I expected out of the last. Well done, your group has evolved musically and I’m a fan again. 👏
Josiah is sorely missed here...
By AB Cliff
I believe this is the first and only THATH record that Josiah did not contribute to. Some magic is definitely missing as a result. Bummer.
Fantastic album! (Fan from the beginning.)
IMHO this is their best album. I've been a fan from the beginning and I don't knock a band for being well produced. It seems rare these days to find an album that you can play from beginning to end and not want to skip bad tracks. This is one of those albums. I love it! And the beauty of it all is that I can enjoy "Down In The Valley" and "10,000 Weight in Gold" along with their new material.
You guys are my favorite! Keep making awesome music and growing in confidence! While each album is different, love the old and love the new. Come back to Montana, but Missoula this time!