Beaty Heart’s First Appetizer of Their New Album is “Soft Like Clay”

And playful like clay.

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Photo: Beaty Heart Facebook

UK electropop group, Beaty Heart, recently dropped their first single “Soft Like Clay” from their upcoming second album, Till The Tomb, which is set to release on July 29 of this year. For their new record, Beaty Heart teamed up with producer David Wrench, who has worked with FKA Twigs, Caribou and Jungle in the past:

Beaty Hearts started out as four-dudefest back in 2010 in London and became initially known for their signature drums – three out of four played the drums and they all attributed their moniker to the instrumental devotion. Now they are known for paving a lush sonicscape of percussive pulses glossed with synth bits and echoing thumps that may sound fragmented in the beginning (like “Soft Like Clay” demonstrates), but eventually come together in a kooky zone. Beat Hearts is currently on tour:

Europe 2016 tour

4/8 – Oakfield Social Club (Reading, UK)

4/10 – The Bullingdon (Oxford, UK)

4/12 – Boileroom (Guildford, UK)

4/13 – Electrowerkz (London, UK)

4/30 – Live At Leeds (Leeds, UK)

4/30-5/1 – Sounds From The Other City (Salford, UK)

5/19-21 – The Great Escape (Brighton, UK)

6/6 – Le Pop-Up du Label (Paris, France)

6/17-19 – Best Kept Secret Festival (Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands)

7/15-17 – Welcome To The Village (Leeuwarden Netherlands)

7/28-31 – LeeFest: The Neverland (Kent, UK)

9/8-11 – Bestival (Isle Of Wight, UK)

10/6 – The Bussey Building (London, UK)