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Heaven unveils 'Thelepathic Love' + release party at Mercury on 08.01

Heaven unveils 'Thelepathic Love' + release party at Mercury on 08.01

There is a transcendent quality to Brooklyn based Heaven’s latest single “Telepathic Love” - title-track of the psych rock trio's upcoming album. What sounds like a toy piano serves as the dominant hook, but there is so much more going on. Matt Sumrow’s soft yet sandpapery vocals immediately grab your attention, weaving imagery about having seen “the ugly and the beautiful,” and simply trying to “figure it all out.” Ryan Lee Dunlap adds seamless tandem vocals evoking the 1960’s era style of The Everly Brothers as well as more recent artists like The Raveonettes. There’s a powerful backbeat running throughout, courtesy of master sticksman Mikey Jones, which deftly rides under the more-sophisticated-than-you-initially-think chord progression. “There’s a bridge down telepathic love - the only way to show you” becomes the ultimate resolution of faith and wonder. The full 'Telepathic Love' album is set for release on July 30th with a summer tour to support it. A record release party is scheduled for August 1 at The Mercury Lounge. - Dave Cromwell

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Published: July 16, 2013 |

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