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Well Hung Heart releases new single off upcoming debut album

Things have simmered down on the Well Hung Heart front. As we get closer to the release of their debut album, 'Young Enough To Know It All', the OC duo (recent Deli LA artists of the month) have dropped a new single, 'This Is Not Love' – streaming below. Of course it builds up, it isn't what you'd call a 'soft' song. Yet, tapping into the band's 'tamed side', this slow-burning blues-laced track reveals a band which, if one may have wondered whether they could only dish out high-power engine-like rock&roll, can pace itself down, drop a few decibels and still remain the raw sounding band that attracted to it more attention with its track 'Devil'. If you're curious, you can listen to a rehearsal version of the new single, released a year ago, on the band's Soundcloud. The video for 'This Is Not Love', to which they are adding the finishing touches, will be out later this month. 


Well Hung Heart plays Molly Malone's 8.10

Why reinvent the wheel if it spins just fine? A fierce female voice and some rolling engine-like basslines spell rock'n'roll in dirty major, loud and sexy, a great cocktail if you ask me. Well Hung Heart is Greta Valenti and Robin Davey, a high-energy duo from Orange County with a crisp sound and a taste for shreds to top it off. The basics, a little conventional perhaps, but only 'cause they don't care as long as it hits the spot, and for sure, it does hit the spot. They released a couple of weeks ago 'Devil', the video for which is featured below, first single off their upcoming debut album 'Young Enough To Know It All' (announced for October). A catchy track, packed with youthful arrogance at a blues-laced crossroads between The Kills & early Stooges, which, take it or leave it, has the kick of Jet's classics. In the wait for more, see them live at 9pm at Molly Malone's Irish Pub tomorrow evening (8.10). - Tracy Mamoun


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