H.E.A.T drop video for new single “Hollywood” from upcoming album ‘Force Majeure’
Swedish rockers H.E.A.T consisting of lead vocalist Kenny Leckremo, guitarist Dave Dalone, keyboardist Jona Tee, bassist Jimmy Jay and drummer Don Crash have dropped a video for their new single “Hollywood” from their upcoming new studio album Force Majeure, which will be released via earMUSIC on August 5, 2022.
Noble PR Consultancy‘s press release indicates in part (with slight edits):
“H.E.A.T are hitting the stage in H.E.A.T City with their brand new single and video, premiering today, Friday 10th June at 4pm GMT. H.E.A.T’s new album Force Majeure will be out on August 5th, 2022.
Hollywood – a world of wonder, glamour and fantasies come true. Or is it? With their new single and the accompanying video, H.E.A.T deal with the question of appearance and reality, the standards created by the media and the pressure that weighs especially on the younger generations. With the accompanying music video, the band makes this rather serious matter accessible with a funny little twist – they play on the first ever H.E.A.T City talk show (keep your eyes open for the Easter eggs).
After the electrifying ride through H.E.A.T City with the previous music video for “Back To The Rhythm”, the band now opens the door to even more previously unseen places and corners of the exclusively created virtual world.
Listen to “Hollywood” from this link – https://heat.lnk.to/HollywoodSingle
For most people, the last two years have probably been marked by exactly what has given H.E.A.T’s album its name – a “force majeure”. But H.E.A.T definitely don’t let such force stop them, quite the opposite. The band is back with original singer Kenny Leckremo on the lead, taking everyone on a speedy and energetic ride through H.E.A.T City!
Pre-order Force Majeure here: https://Heat.lnk.to/ForceMajeure
Since the band’s early days, starting from their song “1000 miles” – a huge hit in their Scandinavian home in 2009, media worldwide has been praising each and every of the band’s albums as one of the best rock albums in the respective years.”