Cymbals Eat Guitars release ‘Have A Heart’, an “honest-to-goodness love song”

Their new album's due next month.
Cymbals Eat Guitars have shared ‘Have A Heart’, an “honest-to-goodness love song” from their new album – check it out below.

It’s the latest cut from the New York band’s full-length ‘Pretty Years’, due for release on 16th September through Sinderlyn.

“I had never written an honest-to-goodness love song before this one, and I never thought that I would,” explains frontman Joseph D’Agostino.

”Throughout my teen years and adult life, I was in a series of really toxic relationships plagued by jealousy and insecurity, but when I met my current girlfriend I knew that I had found someone who lifts me up, and who I lift up.

“Matt Whipple and I co-wrote the music together and we tried to make that joy evident in it. This is a song of jubilation. I’m personally very proud of it.”

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