NEEDTOBREATHE Keep It Simple With “More Heart, Less Attack”

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The eleventh and final song off NEEDTOBREATHE‘s forthcoming album has found its way online, thus completing the band’s multi-month promotional run towards the release of Rivers In The Wasteland.

Titled “More Heart, Less Attack,” the final cut off Rivers feels like it could very quickly gain traction at alternative radio stations across the nation. It’s the kind of simple, acoustic-driven song with a positive message that is both catchy and original, with a structure that continues to surprise until the track’s final moments. You can stream “More Heart, Less Attack” right now on American Songwriter.

“This is the record closer and I think we knew it almost right away,” brothers Bear and Bo Rineheart tell AM. “It pretty much sums up the theme of the entire record. Our records have always been honest and sincere, but this album is certainly the most vulnerable. This record was about stripping away some of the pomp and circumstance from a production standpoint, but also some of the angst and bravado from a lyrical and emotional stand point. I think this song challenges in the most subtle of ways.”

Rivers In The Wasteland hits stores April 15. Look for a complete album stream to surface in the coming days.

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