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Spare Parts for Broken Hearts

Spare Parts for Broken Hearts Get Heavy with Plans for Full-Length Album Release in 2020

The dream of the 90’s is alive in Spare Parts for Broken Hearts. Buzzing with those 90s alt rock vibes, Spare Parts for Broken Hearts come through with all the chunky riffs and melodic tones sure to spark some nostalgia (especially if you were a 90s child). This trio has busted their ass playing shows, going to shows, making music and then some! It wasn’t too long ago where we forecasted Spare Parts for Broken Hearts as an honorable mention, now it’s time to give them the full page because these grunge-alicous rockers are set to sail in 2020.

Single after single, Spare Parts have pulled at our heartstrings while rocking us the fuck out. Songs like “Ever” waste no time grabbing your attention with fuzzed out riffs, while tracks like “Mush” soar with so much anthemic emotion — you can almost feel singer, Sarah Green’s heartache. If the sole purpose of music is supposed to make you FEEL, then Spare Parts have mastered that.

The band’s most recent single “Big Win” is quite possibly their best yet. Making Grimy Goods’ Best Songs of 2019, the song was played endlessly. So much that even the Spotify algorithm informed me that it was one of my most played songs of the year (right up there next to Lizzo!). Truly a beautiful song; it still gives me goosebumps each time I listen to it. The lyrics are so relatable, and once again, Green really drives those feelings to your heart.

“Kind of blows my mind that moments of my own suffering are liberated through your connection to our lyrics,” shared Green in a recent Instagram post where fans / friends tattooed Spare Parts’ lyrics.

Spare Parts for Broken Hearts are currently in the studio working on their debut full-length with producer DVNCY (LAYNE, Bebe Rexha, WRENN). The band aims to get their “new releases in the hands of as many new and already loyal fans as possible.”

“Our first single release of this decade is heavier both sonically and in sentiment,” shares Sarah Green. “Its messaging is an urgent call for us to be, and remain connected to each other right from the start.”

Spare Parts for Broken Hearts will release a new single and video this February, along with tour dates throughout the year. The trio’s new album will be released sometime in the second half of 2020.

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Words: Sandra Olinger

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