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The Singles – Look How Fast a Heart Can Break (2014)

26-04-2014, 07:17
Music | Rock | Alternative | Indie

The Singles – Look How Fast a Heart Can Break (2014)

Artist: The Singles
Title Of Album: Look How Fast a Heart Can Break
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Sound Artifacts Music
Genre: Indie Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 37:24 Min
Total Size: 102 Mb


1. Inamorata
2. You've Runned Away
3. (She's Got) a Heart of Stone
4. It's so Hard to Get over You
5. Turn the Other Way
6. I Can't Believe What I Got Myself into This Time
7. I Only Wish You Loved Me More
8. Our Last Goodbye
9. She's Not Interested
10. 0We Don't Talk Anymore
11. All the Things I Ever Wanted
12. Look How Fast a Heart Can Break
13. Don't Wanna Ever Fall in Love Again

This long-awaited, third full-length release from former Detroit band The Singles may be the ideal record for summer 2014. Look How Fast a Heart Can Break, the band’s first long-player since bandleader Vincent Frederick relocated to Los Angeles, is at once a hook-filled power-pop fest and an introspective look inside heartbreak, loss and picking up the pieces.

The Singles are duo Vincent Frederick (guitar/lead vocals) and Nicky Veltman (drums/back-up vocals), born in Detroit but joined forces in LA. As a follower you’re instantly warmed by their playful, grown-up charm, which is evidently thrown into their stripped-down mix of Garage Rock, Power Pop, Glam, Blues and Punk. Speaking to Ghettoblaster, Vince explains he had difficulty with ladies growing up, and that the album latched onto these themes in the music of the 50′s/60′s. “All of the songs on our new album deal with heartache and heartbreak. The title track, “Look How Fast A Heart Can Break,” sums up the prevailing mood and stories told over the course of the album. The babes are diggin’ me now though, so the next album could go in a different direction…who knows?!“

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