There’s a terrific new single from Heartwatch, the San Francisco indie-rock band that includes Neighbor Eric Silverman, a distinguished resident of Precita Avenue.
We wrote about Neighbor Eric & Co. last January, back when the group was called The Tropics. Since then, your Bernalwood editor has spent an awful lot of time listening to The Tropics, which recently changed its name to Heartwatch. Why the new name? We don’t know. Perhaps to confuse us. Anyway, it doesn’t matter, because these months of listening to
The Tropics Heartwatch have turned your Bernalwood editor into a genuine fanboy. They’re really good. Plus, Neighbor Eric lives down the street, which is rockstar fun.
Here’s the 411 from the press kit:
Heartwatch. The name is new but the band – fka The Tropics – is no stranger to hoards of San Francisco’s young and beautiful.
In late 2014 the group released their inaugural EP, Wind House, to national acclaim, solidifying their status as the Bay Area’s favorite new band. Their critically adored live shows take a sonic victory lap through the very best of pop music from every decade since the 70’s, crossing the finish line in the present golden age of west coast music.
The band has been staying busy in 2015 with a sold out Noise Pop show at The Independent, an appearance at the Phono Del Sol Music Festival and the recent finishing of their forthcoming record.
You can catch Heartwatch in August at Outside Lands Music Festival in San Francisco.
Did you catch that? Outside Lands! So hot right now!
Heartwatch will play Outside Lands on Saturday, Aug. 8 at noon, but before you go, Neighbor Eric offered us a special Bernal Neighbor Backstage Pass to hear their brand-new single, called “Faultlines.” Fall into it:
UPDATE: 3 August: Bonus! Here’s a brand-new video of a recording session and band interview, recorded in Neighbor Eric’s Precita Ave. backyard. Loovley!
PHOTO: Courtesy of Heartwatch
3 thoughts on “Hear the New Single from Heartwatch (and Neighbor Eric!) Before You See Them at Outside Lands”
So good. 🙂 Thanks for sharing this.
Sounds good, but would prefer the vocals a bit more up front and less emphasis on the drum machine.
Whoa! Small world. Just read within a comments section that they are opening for one of my favorite artists, K.Flay! She is generously offering a free show. RSVP here: https://magnifi.fm/promos/kflay2/13
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