The Head and the Heart on Going to Band Therapy and New Album

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The Head and The Heart talk about their new record, Every Shade of Blue, and starting therapy together as a band, 12 years since they formed in Seattle. 

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The Head and The Heart talk about their new record, Every Shade of Blue, and starting therapy together as a band, 12 years since they formed in Seattle. 

“If we are going to make this work long term and it’s the hardest to stay together when you’re in relationships and in a polygamous band relationship, it’s like, let’s f___ing do it. . . we gotta make it healthy, otherwise it’s not sustainable,” Charity Rose Thielen says.

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