Haerts Delight with Their Self-Titled Debut
I have never been more proud to live in Brooklyn than I do right now. We have some of the best breakout bands making their way through the noise of the music industry and it’s about time!
Haerts effortlessly stole our hearts, pun intended, with their hit, “Wings,” back in 2012. Since then, the four-piece have escaped utter obscurity with major blog press, along with their debut EP Hemiplegia, which took the reins and really set these masterminds on the right path. This week, they finally released their self-titled debut LP – a collection of 10 beautifully crafted tracks that I have no doubt will be staples in hearts for years to come.
The modern day Fleetwood Mac comparisons aren’t, well, fleeting, to say the least. But it’s a comparison to be proud of. While vocalist Nini Fabi may mirror Stevie Nicks’ signature, there’s definitely something different about Fabi’s style that all generations can appreciate. Produced by St. Lucia’s Jean-Philip Grobler, Haerts displays scintillating synth and powerful prose to form a fantastic debut from start to finish. I was overcome with just about every emotion and I can’t wait to experience it again.
I can easily see this album existing in decades past and doing just as well. Listen to key tracks, “Heart,” “Call My Name,” “Be The One,” and personal favorite, “Lights Out” for the ultimate Haerts experience.
Haerts is available now HERE.
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