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    The Head and The Heart’s New Album “Living Mirage”, Gaining New Fans, Losing Their Old One?

    Ever since I heard Honeybee, Missed Connection, and People Need a Melody, I’ve been sitting impatiently waiting for the 17th May to come. That’s, my friends, because today is the day The Head and the Heart finally release their new album, Living Mirage. Living Mirage Song List: See you Through My Eyes Missed Connection People Need a Melody Honeybee Brenda Running Through Hell Up Against the Wall Saving Grace I Found Out Living Mirage Glory of Music If you haven’t heard of them, The Head and the Heart is an American indie folk band formed in 2009. The reaction toward their new album is vary. In one of their interviews,…

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    “Assume Form” James Blake New Album Review

    After almost three years, the English singer-songwriter and producer James Blake released his fourth album, Assume Form, yesterday, in January 18, 2019. The new album consists of 12 songs, including some songs that James has introduced before—Can’t Believe the Way We Flow and Don’t Miss It.   Assume Form Tracklist: Assume Form Mile High (Feat. Metro Boomin & Travis Scott) Tell Them (Feat. Metro Boomin & Moses Sumney) Into the Red Barefoot in the Park (Feat. ROSALÍA) Can’t Believe the Way We Flow Are You in Love? Where’s the Catch? (Feat. André 3000) I’ll Come Too Power On Don’t Miss It Lullaby for My Insomniac Aside from how honest James Blake’s lyrics…

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    Bastille’s Other People’s Heartache Pt. 4 is What Happens When Talented Musicians Bare Their Raw Emotion for You

    Bastille’s album, Bad Blood and Wild World, rarely talks about love and heartache. So, Other People’s Heartache (OPH) is your channel to listen to what it will be like if Bastille performs love songs. And hell, they sure do beyond a good job not only in delivering the emotions, but also in creating ear-catching tunes. If you haven’t heard of OPH, this is a series of mixtapes that Bastille created aside from their studio albums. They did covers and mixtapes alone in OPH Pt. 1 and Pt. 2. In OPH Pt. 3, instead of covers, they created new songs and perform it with their fellow musicians, like Haim, MNEK, Rationale, Angel…