"It sounded great, and we thought, 'We need to get up there!
' " The band, of course, preferred a summer visit over a winter visit.
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Grouplovers went wild during the last episode of Sound Clash featuring Grouplove, Ed Sheeran and Sia Furler.
Grouplove lit up the stage with groovy melodies that had the crowd bouncing up and down and singing their hearts out.
All live shows should be as energetic and fun as Grouplove’s set was on Wednesday night.
From the outside, Seattle pop-folk outfit The Head and the Heart looks like yet another slightly aged breakout act headed to an Alaska stage this summer.
The sextet comes on the heels of last year's highly anticipated performances with similarly popular reach, like MGMT, Foster The People, Beach House, Cults, Sea Wolf, Grouplove and others.
But this group's reason for making the trip north runs a little deeper than the usual story.Frontman Josiah Johnson and his self-professed best friend Jonathan Russell formed The Head and the Heart back in 2009.Eventually the duo added other members, and today, bassist Chris Zasche, pianist Kenny Hensley, drummer Tyler Williams and multi-instrumentalist and singer Charity Rose Thielen fill out the group."The thing that I always imagined -- the reason why I wrote songs when I was growing up -- was for those dark moments that we all have," Johnson explained in a phone interview, the ambient street noise of Toronto in the background."When a song reaches you during a hard time and you put it on repeat and then everything makes sense, or gets better.My fantasy, with songwriting, has always been for someone to have that kind of connection with a song that I wrote.