Better late than never… right? Here is a look at the final song by all the members of all the bands (Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes, Old Crow Medicine Show, and Mumford & Sons).
I had the pleasure of checking out the Art In The Streets exhibition at the MOCA in Los Angeles this weekend. I don’t think I had ever been this excited to visit a museum, nor have I had so many artists I recognized on the program. The street art movement didn’t start with (now relatively famous) Shepard Fairey or Banksy, but has been an evolution of subversive cultures and their written/drawn/painted/sprayed messages to the masses.
It was fun to learn more about this history and be inspired by men and women who challenged status quo.
I saw these guys at a David Bazan show in Seattle in November, but it hasn’t been until recently that I’ve really got into The Head and the Heart. What do I love about them… creative harmonies and it’s music to stomp your foot to.
They are from Seattle, and for mainly inexplicable reasons I am very proud of them. Good job guys!
“Lost In My Mind” – The Head And The Heart