H.E.A.T return with their fourth album, 'Tearing Down The Walls', their second with Swedish Idol winner Erik Grönwell.
In actual fact, they've smashed through the walls with an album full of tracks catchier than herpes and locked in a time when Bon Jovi and Def Leppard ruled the world.
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When former singer Kenny Leckremo announced to the band that he was leaving on the eve of a British tour back in 2010 I felt it was game over for our lovable Swedes but with Erik Gronwall at the helm, H.E.A.T haven't looked back. Making a solid foundation for themselves here in the UK with 2011's 'Address The Nation' this new album again raises the bar with an album oozing of confidence and gang mentality in the best of buddies kind of sense.
Every song wants to punch it's way out of the speakers. Single 'Shot At Redemption' just wants to make you turn volume control right up and convert the neighbours if not least just to let them know what a great time you're having blasting it out with it's addictive sing-along chorus.
The title track is an acoustic scarf waving anthem, whilst 'All The Nights' is the ballad that will make the girls stare lovingly at the photos of the band whilst their boyfriends just want to belt out the matey gang anthem of 'Laughing At Tomorrow'.
H.E.A.T are so hot you can't touch them at the moment. If you're looking for nothing but a good time then make H.E.A.T your poison.
H.E.A.T members Erik Grönwell and Eric Rivers talk to Mark Taylor about their new album 'Tearin' Down The Walls'.