STITCHED UP HEART: Entire 'Never Alone' Album Available For Streaming

STITCHED UP HEART: Entire 'Never Alone' Album Available For Streaming

STITCHED UP HEART's debut full-length offering, "Never Alone", is available for streaming in its entirety using the SoundCloud widget below. The CD is set for a June 17 release via Another Century.

STITCHED UP HEART singer Mixi Demner states: "When I formed this band, I was depressed and going through heartbreak.

"The name is supposed to give people strength and courage.

"We all go through things that make us think we can't go further, but, especially when times are bad, I want people to see that time will pass and it will get better.

"The hopeful lyrics on this record are on purpose.

"I've been living in the dark for too long. It's time to come into the light.

"You need to pick yourself up, because nobody is going to do that for you.

"There are some sick people out there, but there is beauty in everyone and you need to love yourself before you can stitch that heart back up."

STITCHED UP HEART is described in a press release as "a band built around the strength that comes from realizing we are the only ones that control our lives, and focused on the hope that reminds us there is always light at the end of the darkest tunnel. It's something heavy and powerful, jarring the album's epic closing track 'I Can't Breathe' from a piano-paced ballad that would do Lady Gaga proud, to a metallic onslaught of drop-tuned guitars that is sure to see the band sharing a stage with the hardest of their hard rock peers. And it is something undeniable, Mixi's voice taking flight amidst anthems of self-awareness that bridge the unrelenting confidence of IN THIS MOMENT's Maria Brink and the soulful transcendence of Adele."



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