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Modern alternative rockers Legacy At Heart have unveiled their new single “Fragile”! Following the overwhelming success of its predecessor – “Hollow & Alive” – “Fragile” is a track that sees the formation blending crunching guitars and melodic vocal lines in the process of creating an enthralling rock song that crosses through several sub-genres, containing encompassing grinding and crushing riffs and rhythms and naturally and gradually evolving into soaring choruses performed by powerful vocals.

On the lyrics and message behind the single, the band explains: “The story behind “Fragile” is about being pushed into a relationship, but at the cost of losing a friendship. When feelings aren’t reciprocated on both sides in relationships, the tension between the two individuals creates struggle on both ends. One person wants one thing, whereas another person wants something else. But out of those two things, they don’t meet an equal basis. The message we want the song to portray is not of an unhealthy or forced relationship. But to realize relationships take time, they can’t be rushed. And the feelings have to come on both sides. If you force something to exist without a foundation being held together from you and your partner, in reality it just won’t work out and you’ll bring out sides of each other that aren’t healthy. “Fragile” being the first song off the record, it gave us the ability to experiment lyrically and musically.”

“Fragile” comes off Legacy At Heart’s recently released, highly anticipated debut album “Faces”, which is available to purchase on iTunes and stream through Spotify. The incredibly atmospheric collection of songs is a perfect representation of the band’s unique ability to combine variety of different musical influences and nuances in one homogeneous product, which results in a seamless album ranging in both emotion and sonic expression, featuring the hard-hitting, stand-out single Hollow & Alive, the thought-provoking and inspiring “Forsaken”, as well as high-profile guest appearances from The Color Morale’s Garret Rapp, Get Scared’s Nick Matthews and The Haven’s Xander Bourgeois.

In a collective statement, Legacy At Heart reveals of the origin and inspiration behind “Faces”: “This album is our best work as a band. And having it be our first full length record is something we are individually proud of since we all came from different backgrounds. When we wrote “Faces” we really wanted to step outside the box and look at artists we grew up listening to. We really wanted each song to be different, we didn’t want any song to sound the same. And we structured the record itself to be at a universal level audience. Meaning, out of 10 songs there’s at least 1 or 2 songs that someone would like, even if they have never heard us before. As a band, we are 100% for being yourself. The message and concept of “Faces”  is being yourself in this world and not live a life behind a mask. Every song is very personal and we feel that many listeners will be able to connect with the music even with their own individual perception of the song. There’s only 1 you in this world, and you shouldn’t hide that. This world shines because of you/us being ourselves.”

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01. “Crossroads”
02. “Enemy”
03. “Forsaken” (feat. Garret Rapp)
04. “Sol” (feat. Xander Bourgeois)
05. “De-Void”
06. “Fragile”
07. “Razors”
08. “Hollow & Alive”
09. “Forgive Me”
10. “Faces” (feat. Nick Matthews)

About Bryan Joe Corder (3921 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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