FensePost is excited to debut “Sitting On The Edge” off Blue Skies For Black Hearts‘ LP Embracing The Modern Age. The song continues the band’s penchant for classic pop sounds backed by glorious pop-rock guitar hooks, loud drums and late 60s to early 70s-style pop vocals filtered through a haze of 90s indie rock. “Sitting On The Edge” features all of these, blending together elements of The Kinks, Phil Spector and Teenage Fanclub into one blissful, fun pop mess.
The band is currently running a pay-what-you-want campaign for Embracing The Modern Age with a goal of $1,000 and all proceeds going to the Michael J. Fox Foundation. Grab your copy here.
Blue Skies for Black Hearts is also on tour the remainder of the month. Grab “Sitting on the Edge” then jump down to see where the band plays next!
Download: “Sitting on the Edge” by Blue Skies for Black Hearts
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BSFBH TOUR SCHEDULE:
Oct. 20th – Chicago, IL – the Beat Kitchen
Oct. 21st – Madison, WI – the Frequency
Oct. 23rd – Indianapolis, IN – the Melody Inn
Oct. 26th – New York, NY – Arlene’s Grocery
Oct. 27th – Brooklyn, NY – Spike Hill
Oct. 28th – New York, NY – Bowery Electric
Nov. 4th – Portland, OR – Kelly’s Olympian