SINGLE REVIEW: All At Once by Heartracer

Picture this; you’ve worked all your life on your own without needing the help of anyone, but you’ve finally come to the realization that even the best people need help. Help can be described in many different ways but it usually circles around the notion of improvement. Heartracer has produced the first single with a producer – which was produced with the great Andrew Lappin. “All At Once” has the influence of some great electro-pop groups like M83, Passion Pit, and St. Lucia. Heartracer flew to Hollywood to record five songs in the space of two and a half weeks in the famous Sunset Sound Studios. They were hoping to to be inspired by the souls of the bands that graced those studios before them. Bands like Led Zeppelin, Kings of Leon, and The Rolling Stones are just some of the influence that Heartracer used to create “All At Once”.

“All At Once”combines the experiential likeness of Heartracer with the hardcore sounds that infect our minds to beautiful symphony. This energized track combines electric vocals with retro synths, lively guitar riffs, and heartfelt lyrics that sticks to the minds of every person that listens to it. We can feel it already pulling on our heartstrings and we can see how the lyrics can resonate with many people. The lyrics are broad and specific enough resonate with everyone and personally to one. Indie Electro-Pop si ready for a new face and Heartracer is ready to take the stage with “All At Once”. Be sure to listen and check it out for yourself.

by Harrison Morgan

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