London alt-rockers Heavy Heart craft dreamy latest single 'Dowsabel'.
Expertly crafted dream pop has become something of a personality trait from London alt-rockers Heavy Heart and in spellbinding latest release Dowsabel their trademark
approach is firmly on display once again.
The second of three tracks, mixed and co-produced by Grammy Award-winning producer
Gabe Wax (The War On Drugs, Fleet Foxes, Soccer Mommy). Dowsabel provides the
ideal follow-up to January release Bed Bug, capitalising on their widespread critical
Heavily touted across the airwaves courtesy of BBC Radio 1’s Phil Taggart and BBC 6 Music’s
Steve Lamacq, the bustling quartet have become well-known for their dynamic and
atmospheric live shows with slots alongside fellow indie risers Another Sky and
Honey Lung already ticked off over the last few months.
Touching on the origins of the track, the band revealed:
“Dowsabel is an old English word for sweetheart, and this song is about a love affair, but it’s a bittersweet, broken and defeated one. It’s about the jagged edges and the blood we draw; the damager that we do to each other in the name of love. Living in a room filled with dust, dying flowers, and the ghosts of unspoken words, we’re together but alone, too afraid to walk away, prisoners in an unlocked cage”.
Produced by Patrick Fitzroy and Gabe Wax, Heavy Heart’s Dowsabel is out now and available via all digital platforms.
16 April – Camden Assembly, London (w/ Big Spring & Sick Joy)
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Heavy Heart - Dowsabel