Filthy Hearts- I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead (Inside)

Denver’s Filthy Hearts released their EP, I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead (Inside) in late 2016. So we are a bit behind on getting this review up. I saw Filthy Hearts for the first time at Denver’s Don’t Panic Fest at the High Dive. It’s been stuck on repeat on my phone for almost a year now. It strikes out as aggressive and energetic in a scene reclaiming lost roots and planting new ones.

At first I thought I had selected Pennywise or Strung Out. Nope I was right Filthy Hearts. Every single track is deeply heartfelt. There is something much deeper going here musically which cannot be explained easily. From the intro with Precipice to last track Not For Very Long this album will keep you wanting more. My only complaint is well it’s an EP. We want more Filthy Hearts! Their new single, Career Day is out on Bandcamp and most online music retailers. ​ Be sure to follow them here, https://www.facebook.com/FilthyHeartsdenver/   . Their new album is located here, https://filthyhearts.bandcamp.com/​

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