Lancashire quartet The Heartbreaks have unleashed the video for their latest pop track 'Absolved', out May 25th 2014 ahead of the release of their new album 'We May Yet Stand A Chance' out June 2nd 2014.
The video sees the band suited up in silver jackets and bow-ties and performing a typically cheesy choreographed dance routine on a platform. Though it's one of those visuals you're going to either love or hate, the soaring vocals and string based instrumentation are unarguably uplifting with an up tempo Motown feel that really gives it a sense of cheeriness.
The band; who are singer Matthew Whitehouse, drummer Joseph Kondras, guitarist Ryan Wallace and bassist Christopher Deakin; release their new album this summer which has been produced by Dave Eringa, who has previously worked alongside Manic Street Preachers. 'We May Yet Stand A Chance' follows their 2012 debut album 'Funtimes' and includes the first single 'Hey, Hey Lover'. The Heartbreaks re-surfaced last year with their Record Store Day release 'What Are You Doing, Fool?' featuring Edwyn Collins. The group is set to hit the road in the UK later this month, with dates including Dot To Dot Festival in Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham from 23rd to 25th May.
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