Listen To The Empty Hearts’ New Single “The World Has Gone Insane”

Listen To The Empty Hearts' New Single "The World Has Gone Insane"
Listen To The Empty Hearts' New Single "The World Has Gone Insane"

Super musical group The Empty Heart has released its new music video named ‘The World Has Gone Insane‘ from the upcoming album, The Second Album, which will release on August 28th via Little Steven’s Wicked Cool Records. – Watch the video below.

The Supergroup announced the album with a video for LP track, “The World Has Gone Insane.” In the video, its namesake, the visual depicts a chaotic montage of video footage, including various presidents, war scenes, talking heads, pop culture images, news and film clips. 

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“You see it everywhere you go/It’s on the street and on your radio/Is it real or is it fake/All that news is just too much to take,” They sing.

“‘The World’s Gone Insane’ is one of those songs that take on a much greater meaning than was necessarily intended originally,” Easton tells Rolling Stone.  “Recorded well before the pandemic, it began with a riff and a song idea that I presented to the band. They ate it for lunch.”

The Empty Hearts’ New Single “The World Has Gone Insane”

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They also dropped a new track called, “The Best That I Can” from another LP track, the group enlisted Ringo Starr, who plays drums on “Remember Days Like These.”

“‘The Best That I Can’ is pure rock and roll; hit the dance floor; rock out and have a good time!” Easton said. “The feel and vibe draw inspiration from high-energy pop bands like The Easybeats, The Action, etc. It was mostly cut life, and we all went around our instruments, trading little breaks where everyone gets to shine-fun stuff!

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“We wanted to make an album like the ones that really captured our imaginations when we were coming up,” Easton added. “The sort of record that, when it came out, you’d get together with a few friends, maybe get a buzz on, turn the lights down and listen from beginning to end — like those classic late Sixties records that took you on a little trip.”