Hearts With Company is an indie rock band with imprints from the 80s, 90s, and 00s. Their soundscapes are in excellent states of transition as they submerge alt rock in atmospheric grunge and hard rock. And as you dive into the layers, there’s always a forming context, a new dimension, and a classic twist. ‘Days Long Gone’ is Hearts With Company’s debut single. It presents a delightful interpretation of artists like The Smiths, Arctic Monkeys, and The 1975. It is fluid, melodic, and evocative. The ambiguous sonic air drifts both towards the past and the contemporary. If you’re in the market for a youthful, contemplative, and dynamic rock track that is as indulgent and romantic as a movie, this is for you!

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The riffs are ubiquitous. They make the song with their elastic flows and dazing textures. A 90s pop punk angst makes a mellow appeal for the soundscape. It is distorted effortlessly by the bass grooves. Plowing through this push and pull is the classic indie vocal line. So extremely vulnerable, dated, and nostalgic. It’s like listening to an old song on the radio. That’s the kind of appeal that the execution and production is angled to create in the listener. Listen Now! Hearts With Company is fronted by Danny Hayward, primary songwriter, singer and guitarist. The frontman has been collaborating with a wide array of musicians ahead of releasing the band’s next single later this spring.

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to ‘Days Long Gone’ by Hearts With Company here –