Living Mirage - The Head and the Heart

Living Mirage

The Head and the Heart

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2019-03-14
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

Tracks

Living Mirage - The Head and the Heart
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Reviews

  • <3 THATH

    5
    5 / 5
    By JackieJ406
    You guys are my favorite! Keep making awesome music and growing in confidence! While each album is different, love the old and love the new. Come back to Montana, but Missoula this time!
  • Lukewarm

    3
    3 / 5
    By Nsjohn130
    Rarely have I loved such a stripped down group as THATH on their first two albums. Pure emotion. Pure music. Then, Josiah left the band for personal reasons, the THATH went ahead with albums anyways. How much has he created? Well, it doesn’t seem like much. Maybe he was the glue of the music. The record is good by industry (abysmal) standards. Well almost over produced. Great mix. But again, it’s pretty trite and what made us love THATH is now gone, for a second album in a row. I don’t blame them or dislike them. I’m sure their songs will get radio, movie, or show play which will help make money and most musicians make chump change off songs, and only make money on tour, sadly. I just wish they stuck to at most Let’s Be Still’s additions of instruments and sounds. Where is the 10k Weight In Gold’s? Where is the Down In The Valley’s? Where is the Honey Come Home’s? They aren’t here.
  • 🤔☹️

    1
    1 / 5
    By Bonerme
    Overproduced..... please go back to your roots ....
  • I miss Josiah

    3
    3 / 5
    By tiffanyleahb
    I understand a band needing to evolve... but this is just so far removed from their first album. It’s barely THATH anymore.
  • Missing link....

    3
    3 / 5
    By Wayners1047
    I've loved this band from the beginning but to be honest it's wholly apparent the missing link on the past two albums is Josiah Johnson. To me, his creativity and contribution made THATH special, unique and separate from any other band in the music industry. Sadly, they just haven't made as much sense to me since he's been gone. They're good but not great :(
  • I love it

    5
    5 / 5
    By Naksnx
    Listened to the whole album and I love it
  • Boring POP Music🚮

    1
    1 / 5
    By Shane73607
    Very basic and unoriginal POP music: Next album will probably feature Taylor Swift. These guys sound like they just threw this album together in one week and thought “Isn’t this what the kids like?” Honestly, none of these songs are interesting or original. As stale as yesterday’s burnt toast. Sincerely, A disappointed long-time fan
  • Feeling weary

    4
    4 / 5
    By arizona mountain man
    I’ve known these guys since 2011. I still get the vibe of the band however the producer needs to have a drink at Conor Byrne before future recordings. Please avoid adding what sounds like a digital drummer. It’s about the soul of the music not mass appeal to increase sales. Indeed sales are necessary but must be secondary to the spirit of final execution for release. I hope the next release considers this gentle suggestion for improvement. Thank you in advance.
  • You can’t tell yet

    3
    3 / 5
    By Mr Mushrum
    Honestly, no one here should be giving there opinions on the album yet because it’s not out, but the singles sound like this album could be a change in THATH’s sound. {a change for the better} :) I will change my review once the album comes out. But for now I can only give it three stars.
  • Leery at first but...

    5
    5 / 5
    By Pridner
    I have no problem admitting that I was a little disappointed in Signs of Light. After the first two albums THATH put out it just felt like a completely different band. And when they started releasing snips from this album I was worried. But I still had hope. Last night I went to their concert on Chattanooga and they played 4 songs from this album and they were all at least good and a couple were great! There will be songs that we sing from this album years from now just like we do for Down in the Valley or Rivers and Roads.