The Head and the Heart Get A Crazy New Frontman In 'Rhythm and Blues' Video
    • FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 2017

    • Posted by: Robert Steiner

    Seattle rock band The Head And The Heart recently dropped a new music video for "Rhythm & Blues," a track off their latest album Signs of Light. The video, directed by Michael Reich, features disheveled-looking singer getting ready Raging Bull-style for the show of his life. We soon find out that our protagonist's big moment is for a crowd of four or five people, albeit a very eclectic group of people, but numbers don't phase our frontman for long. With the help of THATH backing him up, he dances with as much determination and passion as an Olympic runner on their last lap, probably resulting in the best show those four or five people have ever seen. THATH have pretty much mastered the art of making feel-good rock tunes at this point, this song being no exception, and if the video doesn't make you smile at least once during its runtime, then I really don't know if anything will. It's a cute, enjoyable video for a cute, enjoyable song, so check it out if you want to feel some chill, easy-going vibes for a little bit.

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