Chicago’s Impulsive Hearts have been described as a smack of sunshine, jangly pop for a cold winter’s day. On Cry All The Time, the band’s second LP, the surf-rock group delves into darker themes of love and loss, while maintaining bright, fierce and catchy-as-hell songwriting.
Impulsive Hearts pick up where recent revivalist acts like Dum Dum Girls and Best Coast have left off, adding just a hint of indelible Midwestern sadness to the neo-girl group garage rock sound.
Danielle Sines leads the group with captivating vocals and fuzzy guitars, while the rhythm section – Doug Hoyer on bass and Dan Julian on drums – drives each song to its crescendo. The group is rounded out with saxophonist Fallon McDermott and violinist Jess LeMaster to add character and depth to the arrangements, creating a larger-than life sound.
Look for the release of Cry All the Time on March 6, 2020 via Midwest Action (vinyl) and Cavity Search Records (digital).