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Cymbals Eat Guitars share wistful new song “Have a Heart” — listen

Upcoming record was inspired by Bruce Springsteen and The Cure

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    Photo by Shervin Lainez

    Next month, Cymbals Eat Guitars, will issue their fourth studio album, Pretty Years. The 10-track effort, produced by John Congleton (Modest Mouse, David Byrne), is said to be a “more energetic record” than 2014’s LOSE.

    After sharing lead single “Wish” and June’s stomping “4th of July, Philadelphia (Sandy)”, the New York indie rockers have let loose “Have a Heart”. It’s a sweet yet nostalgic number that collects all of the record’s noted inspirations — Bruce Springsteen, David Bowie, The Cure — into one place.

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    Check it out below.

    Pretty Years arrives on September 16th via Sinderlyn. The band will support the LP with a US fall tour.

    Pretty Years Tracklist:
    01. Finally
    02. Have a Heart
    03. Wish
    04. Close
    05. Dancing Days
    06. 4th of July, Philadelphia (Sandy)
    07. Beam
    08. Mallwalking
    09. Well
    10. Shrine

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