As regular BB readers know, I'm a big fan of Seattle indie folk group The Head & The Heart. Their gorgeous new album, Let's Be Still, is out this week on Sub Pop Records. I previously posted a free stream of the full 13-song LP that, as I wrote, "showcases the group's diverse musical interests and pushes their repertoire beyond the neo-Americana they mastered with their eponymous 2011 release and into more diverse sonic territories." Boing Boing is thrilled to premiere this new video for the song "Shake," from Let's Be Still. It's directed by E. Ryan McMackin. The Head & The Heart are currently on tour in the United States through December. My wife saw them perform an intimate show in Brooklyn last week at the Music Hall of Williamsburg and was floored by the power and beauty of the songs, and the fine musicianship.
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