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Heartist ‘Skeletons’ – Crank It or Yank It?

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Heartist will release a new full-length album later this summer but they’ve given us a sample of what to expect with the single, ‘Skeletons’.

According to Blabbermouth, the band spent most of 2013 on the road in support of their debut EP, Nothing You Didn’t Deserve. Apparently the band are total road dogs as they just wrapped up a tour and have announced another round of dates for July / August.

It’s hard to beat touring when it comes to promotion for a band, but radio airplay is always a good way to spread the word. Check out ‘Skeletons’ and let us know if Heartist are worthy of the Buzz playlist.

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