THE H.E.A.T. IS ON
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The Swedish band H.E.A.T. is considered to be the great hope in the field of melodic hard rock. With a unique feeling for catchy melodies and their energetic live performances, the band has played its way into the hearts of classic rock fans worldwide in recent years. In January the band around singer Erik Grönwall will release their sixth album "II". And this longplayer promises of course again a lot of catchy numbers with plenty of hit potential. Four months after the release, the quintet will heat us up on stage at Z7
"What can you say about H.E.A.T? Whoever doesn't like these energetic Swedes must already be dead inside. Because this year they proved to British concertgoers how a rock band should be," wrote "Classic Rock UK" on the occasion of the tour for the album "Address The Nation". The 2012 work catapulted the band overnight into AOR heaven. Worldwide, "Address The Nation" was hailed as one of the best rock releases of the year. Not least the addition of "Swedish Idol" winner Erik Grönwall gave the band the final kick that ultimately led to their international breakthrough. At a time when artists like Foreigner, Journey and Whitesnake are experiencing a second spring, when teenagers are rediscovering the melodic approach to hard rock, when it is hip again to wear logos of these very bands on T-shirts, H.E.A.T are the hopefuls of the genre. Young, ambitious and full of energy.
The quintet from Uppland's Väsby has announced their brand new album "II" for January 22, 2020. It is the first album created entirely by the band themselves - with keyboardist Jona Tee and guitarist Dave Dalone as producers. Singer Erik Grönwall says of the choice of album title, "This is what we would sound like if we made a debut album in 2019." The First Single "One By One" immediately makes it clear where the journey is headed. It's the familiar characteristics for which H.E.A.T are loved by their fans: an infectious chorus, a driving beat, the obligatory guitar solo and not to forget the raw, incomparable voice of Erik Grönwall.
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