Niagara on the Lake, Ontario four-piece rock group Heavy Hearts are ready to make an impression, and they're capable of it too. Since the group released their debut EP back in 2013, Heavy Hearts have been churning out new and exciting sounds. Having pulled from the golden days of 2000's emo punk alongside influences from '90s alternative rock, Heavy Hearts are ready to take their well-executed familiar sound and bring it into new territory with effects-laden guitars, hooky vocals, and a fuller sound than ever heard in their previous material. Their self titled EP, released March 4th on New Damage Records, will serve as the canvas on which Heavy Hearts will show off their newly refined sound. That sound has been further explored on June 2016's Bliss, which was loved by taste makers Noisey.
"With 12 songs loaded in this project, the lengthy release is chock-full of a hearty blend of emo, heavy tones and thoughtful melodies. Tracks like “Hazel” that perfectly demonstrates the band’s dense sound with light wailing leads. Meanwhile, “Rust” showcases a lighter side of the band, which then immediately explodes into a dramatic, tone-heavy post-hardcore riff with frenzying guitar scratching and an emotional mixture of screams and singing. Bliss as an album gives more than enough leeway for Heavy Hearts to show the world their ability to convey tragedy through their sound."