Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

The Black Keys, Noel Gallagher, The War on Drugs , Spacey Jane, Stone Roses


band members

Aaron Ikin Chris Falkland Ben Bryant Michael Brown


Website

www.lovedrunkhearts.com/

Gig

Love Drunk Hearts

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

26 Nov

Frankies Pizza By ...

Sydney, 2000

50 Hunter Street Sydney NSW

9:30am

Bio

Love Drunk Hearts make music that speaks to the messiness, beauty, and complexity of modern life. Drawing widely from indie, classic and surf rock influences, their songs land in an interesting sonic middle ground; a space that allows for atmosphere to build and stories to develop.

The songs ‘Park The Cars’ and ‘Those Boys’ recorded and mixed by producer Oscar Dawson of HOLY HOLY saw the band up the ante, exploring new textures while still retaining their trademark earnest approach to crafting songs.

This approach has taken another step forward with their latest offering ‘Undertow’, due to be released in late 2020. In this song, the band provide a lush and almost hypnotic groove for front man Aaron Ikin to explore and question what lies just beneath the surface our personas in society.

Their new work signals a sense of clarity and focus that promises to reward repeated listens as the songs make themselves at home on your playlist, or better still, your record collection.

LDH are honest. LDH are real. LDH are good for you.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

01 Jul 2020

Triple J
40

this is so well put together. it's catchy but not too in your face and those guitars shine but don't take over. plenty good from love drunk hearts.

this is so well put together. it's catchy but not too in your face and those guitars shine but don't take over. plenty good from love drunk hearts.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

18 Nov 2019

Triple J
35

Stirring track with an easy, classic indie rock vibe to it. No surprise that these guys have name dropped Oscar Dawson on their page, you can totally hear that here.

Stirring track with an easy, classic indie rock vibe to it. No surprise that these guys have name dropped Oscar Dawson on their page, you can totally hear that here.