If you love bands like The 1975, The Killers, Coldplay, and Walk The Moon, you gotta check out Heartracer’s new song, “Diamond Sea”!
Heartracer is an alternative pop band from Richmond, Virginia that consists of Chris Cosby (keyboards/lead vocals), Chip Cosby (guitar/vocals), Bryan Reyes (drums), and Wes Tatum (bass, keyboards, vocals). Chris was diagnosed with tachycardia, which is a disorder that causes the heart to beat faster at random. So that’s actually how the band created their name, Heartracer!
We love music that’s honest, and the band’s name alone already stems from honesty.
If you’re just hearing about Heartracer’s now, you’ve been missing out! These guys have performed with several bands, such as Walk The Moon, Third Eye Blind, Joywave, and PVRIS. Now let’s move on to albums. Their debut album In Flight was released back in 2012 and has since been followed by two critically acclaimed EP’s Summer Gold (2014) and Eat Your Heart Out (2016)! But don’t worry, there’s now NEW music for 2018.
Listening to their latest single, “Diamond Sea,” we got an 80’s flare from it. And we love that the band isn’t really considered one genre of music. They’re such a mix, that it makes them unique. And that’s what we want in the world of music nowadays. Not too many things that are repetitive.
But not only is the genre a mix, the emotions we get from the song is a mix too! We can listen to this song while cleaning the house, dancing at a party, or even while trying to get some work done. It’s a song that can be played at almost any time, because it just makes you feel good.
Heartracer recently completed some new music for you all, which was produced by Andrew Lappin (Passion Pit, M83, St. Lucia) and mastered by Chris Gehringer (Twenty One Pilots, The Chainsmokers, Lady Gaga, Rihanna). So be sure to stay tuned for all that by keeping up with the band on social media! Links to that are shown at the bottom of this article.
Stream the new single on Spotify.
Check out Heartracer’s video for “Diamond Sea” below:
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