Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Heart & Soul Radio thieves CD Review

Ain’t No Life Like The Low Life is the first effort on Heart & Soul Radio’s latest, thieves. The track is energetic and will show listeners that Heart & Soul Radio is an act that can blend the emotive rock, pop-punk, and pop genres into something that is hard-hitting while still able to showcase a softer side to the band. True Romance- You Be Rosanna Arquette, I’ll Be That One Guy links together acts like Fall Out Boy, Blink 182, and hints of New Found Glory in a perfect unity of instrumental and vocal elements; the vocals are able to further elaborate on the harmony that is established by the drums, bass, and guitars. thieves never slows down or loses its way; it is a truly focused release that captures Heart & Soul Radio at the top of their game. Thieves In The Night (True Scars) showcases that the act can adopt a disparate array of styles and insert their own unique qualities.


This effort has hints of Sublime and 311, while the sharpness of the vocals during the track approaches that of a Nine Inch Nails and Our Lady Peace; listeners of thieves simply will have no idea where Heart & Soul Radio will take them on subsequent tracks.

I Slept With Justin Bieber And All I Got Was This Stupid Song is an electro-pop track that touches upon hints of Yellowcard and Good Charlotte; the perfectly punctual percussion present here provides an emphatic end to this enthusiastic composition. Check out Hsrrocks.com for all of the latest news about Heart & Soul Radio and their latest release, thieves.

Top Tracks: Thieves In The Night (True Scars), Ain’t No Life Like The Low Life

Rating: 8.3/10


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