One of Sloane’s favorite new bands of 2010 is hitting the big time (for an indie act anyways). Seattle’s The Head and the Heart has just inked a deal with their city’s premier label, Sub Pop Records. If you haven’t tuned in to the folk-pop group, now is as good a time as ever to jump on the wagon.
This past Tuesday, Sub Pop digitally re-released the band’s self-titled debut (vinyl copies will be available April 16, Record Store Day). The remastered set features new versions of standout tracks “Rivers and Roads” and “Sounds Like Hallelujah.” Use the widget below to stream/download “Down In The Valley” and the brand new track, “No One To Let you Down.” As if that wasn’t enough, the band is touring over the next couple of months with Dr. Dog and The Walkmen. Woot! Dates after the jump.
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