Indie folk outfit The Head and the Heart have unveiled details on their upcoming fourth studio album along with a new tune. The Seattle-based band announced that Living Mirage will arrive late spring and shared the lead single, “Missed Connection.”
The new single sees the indie-folk outfit going in a more pop direction with produced beats that contain “high hats that were never in our music before,” drummer Tyler Williams said in a statement. Check out the lyric video for “Missed Connection” in the video above.
Living Mirage follows The Head and the Heart’s 2016 Top 10 album Signs of Light and 2013’s Let’s Be Still, the follow up to The Head and the Heart’s 2011 self-titled debut. According to Jambase, Living Mirage came to fruition when the band got together to write in Joshua Tree with recording going down in a number of locales across the country including Wisconsin, Los Angeles, Nashville and the band’s native Seattle. Living Mirage arrives on May 17.
The Head and the Heart will hit Red Rocks for a two-night run this summer. The group heads to the iconic Colorado venue July 17 & 18 with St. Paul, Minnesota indie rockers Hippo Campus. See below to purchase tickets.
The Head and the Heart Red Rocks 2019: