Valleyheart new video for T.I.K. is out now!

Valleyheart’s new video for T.I.K. is out now! I have to plainly say: This song kick’s ass! Yes I said it! Here is the thing also, I have just been listening to the song; Once I finally looked at the music video for this song…I was like…Holy MOLY! The creativity in the music video is alone a small motion feature film itself. The music is good, the amount of riffs and tones from the band, creates a banana swirl of good music. I’m enjoying the band with the song and I’m enjoying more is the video that its accompanied by the song, The video showcases some behaviors that will make you wince but will keep you hook as curiosity drives it in more.

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Marked by introspective lyricism, mournful melodies, lush blankets of driving guitars and wistful vocal deliveries, Massachusetts’s Valleyheart is equal parts boldness and beauty. Led by singer/songwriter/producer Kevin Klein, the four-piece formed in 2016 with the idea of rearranging Klein’s haunting folk songs (written in his home closet studio) into dynamic rock statements.

The band’s first EP Nowadays arrived in 2017 and quickly gained attention across the scene for its relatable lyrics and nostalgic feel. Klein’s vision was further realized with the 2018 LP release Everyone I’ve Ever Loved. It was an immense step forward in both sound and story. A conceptual journey through identity and faith. Kerrang Magazine noted “punk elements are present but not pronounced; each song is a musical game of hide-and-seek.”

Now unveiling a new single “T.I.K” (an acronym for Thoughts I Keep) dives into the songwriters’ own mind and contemplates understanding paradoxical behaviors. Studying the contradictory nature of the psyche, “T.I.K” is about how our opposing emotions and thoughts interact. Klein shares, “I wanted those tensions and weight paralleled in the instrumentation; hence this probably being the heaviest and hard-hitting track.” Clashing percussion and resonating guitars build to create a raucous and energetic atmosphere.

Valleyheart has been awarded “Rock Artist of the Year” at the Boston Music Awards and their album Everyone I’ve Ever Loved received a nomination for “Album of the Year.” The band enters 2021 with new music and a renewed creative push as they continue to carve out their own corner of the indie/alternative rock space.