The Head and the Heart’s entrancing ‘Signs of Light’ tour rolls through the southeast


Indie-Folk outfit The Head and the Heart are currently on tour supporting their third LP Signs of Light; and Volume will be on hand in Atlanta to witness the band’s much anticipated concert at The Tabernacle. The Seattle sextet are known for enthralling presentations that allow its fan-base to simply get lost in the music, as their 2013 single “Let’s Be Still” suggests.

The Signs of Light Tour, which has been selling out shows since it began, will pair The Head and the Heart with dynamic up and coming opening bands like Springtime Carnivore, Mt. Joy and dynamic Brooklyn trio DREAMERS.

Read more: DREAMERS issue infectious indie rock in Atlanta at The Masquerade

The band has been without charismatic co-vocalist and guitarist Josiah Johnson since March of 2016 as he recovers from illness. While the hiatus has slowed Johnson’s musical career, it hasn’t halted him from making a meaningful contribution to The Head and the Heart, as the new LP is titled after an alluring power ballad written by Johnson during his recovery period.

Stepping in for Johnson during his absence will be violinist and co-vocalist Charity Rose Thielen’s husband Matt Gervais. Naturally, skepticism set in when this piece of information was released, but, since the tour’s launch, reviews point to Gervais swimmingly filling those big shoes.

Be sure to come out and catch The Head and the Heart during their Signs of Light Tour, as it promises to be a night to remember. To learn more on The Head and the Heart be sure to visit their website at HERE.

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