Heartless Bastards Aim With ‘Arrow’

Heartless Bastards in-store at Waterloo Records with ‘Arrow’

Heartless Bastards Aim With ‘Arrow’

Need a gorgeous voice to match this April weather? How about Erika Wennerstrom of Heartless Bastards? The local quartet's new CD, Arrow, flies Byrds-meets-Tom Petty on the lost highway of love. Wennerstrom leads her sulfurous Bastards in-store at Waterloo Records on Wednesday, 5pm.

Produced by Spoon’s Jim Eno, Arrow spins sterling sound for new label Partisan Records. Here’s “Parted Ways,” so sure to pierce your heart that if you didn’t catch them at La Zona Rosa Friday night, the in-store constitutes a reprieve.

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Heartless Bastards, Jim Eno, Spoon, Partisan Records, Erika Wennerstrom, Byrds, Tom Petty

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