Heartless sets the record straight. Profanity-free & positive throughout, Heartless has a well-crafted style that is uniquely his own.
As a grown man who still listens to Bowling for Soup & (Old) Fall Out Boy every single day, I give you my word that you OWE IT TO YOURSELF to hear everything this band has to offer.
The vocals are stunning at every step – the more they gather & intertwine, the more hypnotic the experience becomes.
Purchla’s lyrics are fascinating – the scene he sets, the story he tells, the gore & the observations, the other & the self – all of this is captivating.
Fusing historical knowledge with real-time possibilities & accounts from today’s world – using his skills & creative endeavors to point out flaws in our society & to inspire positive change & togetherness.
Think riots at a carnival or circus, immense pain mixed in with ignorant bliss & energetic joy, all connected & confused – uncertain what the future really holds.
The songs pour through with their own sense of style, a certain fusion of genres, endless levels of passion & wonderful lyricism.
There’s something unbelievably personal & revealing about this particular track that effectively leads A Cat Named Felix down some new, previously undiscovered pathway.
This collaboration from Jae Douglass & Blake Wisner is a fast-working ear-worm that comes through loaded with soul & passion – on a level that isn’t found all too often in modern music.
A smooth & soulful piece that drives with the organic colour & carefree attitude of a simple bass line & some easy going vocals.
A concise but hard-hitting collection of tracks that bring together the raw energy of rock & roll with something uniquely expressive & fresh.
Stranger To Myself is a pure & artistic single that utilizes every element of music creation to make its point & to express itself.