Los Angeles metalcore band Fragile Hearts released their new single “Burn” along with its music video. Featured on Spotify’s New Blood playlist, the groove-heavy track is about watching the flames of a toxic union burn around you, a path you now have to walk alone for the sake of your own sanity.
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Forming just this year, Fragile Hearts is comprised of former members of the now-defunct metalcore band Design The Skyline. Instrumentally, most of the music written for Fragile Hearts was originally intended to be used for an upcoming Design The Skyline album. They tastefully blend elements of rock, hip-hop, metal, and edm.
Their sophomore single “Burn” is the perfect example of the group’s musical aptitude, as it showcases vocalist Henry Kroese’s ability to create catchy, yet intricate, vocal patterns and melodies that compliment guitarist Brandon Beaulieu’s very moving instrumental compositions.
The track is a follow-up to the band’s debut single “Overdose”, an eerie, heavy explosion that raked in over 35K YouTube views and over 10K Spotify and Apple Music streams in its first week.
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