Aside from a clear nod to The Beatles in both name and compositional quality, The Lonely Hearts are decidedly Americana-pop. Formerly known as Holland, they are more Neil & Crazy Horse than Nashville Skyline-Dylan, but mixing comfortably with both, The Lonely Hearts do the impossible: they live up to their influences. Combining their sacred roots, The Lonely Hearts modern comparisons fit soundly between the modern pop sheen of the Wallflowers and the jangle of the Gin Blossoms or Tom Petty.
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