Hardcore Band ‘New Heart’ Announces New Album, “Feel The Change”, Listen to the Title Track from The Album


Indiana’s premiere straight-edge band New Heart has returned with a new vocalist, new album, and newfound sense of purpose. After recently taking time off to regroup, the band released a stand-alone single, ‘One Less Chain,’ along with announcing their new vocalist, Hayden French. “I have wanted to be in a straight-edge band for years,” shares French, “but never have had the opportunity. Being in a band focused on positivity, belief, and social change is a privilege. I’m grateful for the opportunity and ecstatic for what we have coming up in the future.”

Hayden has given us a renewed passion for what we do and why we do it,” the band comments. “We feel like he is the absolute best fit for this band and we couldn’t be more excited for the new direction we’re headed.”

The band will release their first album with French, titled “Feel The Change,” on May 4 via Blood & Ink Records. Pre-orders, including exclusive merch packages, are on sale now. The band has also released the title track from the record, which you can listen to below.

Taking notes from hardcore legends such as Gorilla Biscuits and Youth Of Today, the album is a straight-edge proclamation of individuality and never backing down. “Themes of the record range from separating from society’s way of thinking, standing up for what you believe in, racism and hatred, and unity,” explains French. Fans can expect additional news about tour plans in the near future.

The band consists of: Hayden – Vocals, Andy – Guitar, Jordan – Guitar, Nathan – Bass, Joe – Drums

1. Intro
2. Feel the Change
3. One Less Chain
4. Cycle of Abuse
5. Societal Sickness
6. No More Hate
7. Total Refusal
8. Midwest Rage / Break the Mold
9. Unify
10. Pave the Way (NHC)
11. Life Is at Stake
12. No Remorse II

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Video (audio) for ‘Feel the Change’


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