The Head and the Heart: “If you think that you’re lost, you can follow the bridges you’ve crossed… You can turn it around, there’s nobody blocking your way” – The Greek Theater in Berkeley (Oct 7, 2016)

Written by Erica Andreozzi

After a 4 year hiatus of being away from this stunning Seattle-based sextex (The Head and the Heart) while I was living abroad, it was time to get my HEAD and my HEART aligned with some new SIGNS OF LIGHT. This new album (released this month) has hammered on my heartstrings with such intensity that I almost feel like they were READING MY MIND when they wrote it. Kicking it off with ‘All We Ever Knew‘ had me instantly hooked: “I’m feeling low, feeling high, feeling down, why isn’t this enough?… It’s time to wake up from this” AND “if you think that you’re lost, you can follow the bridges you’ve crossed” — you can ‘Turn it Around,” for “There’s nobody blocking your way, taking you down.” TRUTH. Frontman Jonathan Russel (whose hand I shook at the end of their set!) reinforced this mindset with his positive comments on San Francisco, a “city where you can pretty much do anything.” It’s also a place where you can quickly escape into nature (like I did the next day frolicking in the Redwoods), BE STILL, and savor Jonathan’s wise words in ‘Your Mother’s Eyes‘: “My only regret’s taking so long, Finding these simple truths, So I could sing for you.”  ❤  My heart was even fuller this evening with The Head and the Heart recruiting ONE OF MY FAVORITE ARTISTS OF ALL TIME, Tallest Man on Earth, as their opener. Review on him coming soon!

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