When Jim Wilcox and Allen White of Denver band Record Thieves were writing songs for what was intended to be an EP, the song “Dark Hearts” proved to be a challenge. Although it remains within the confines of the band’s pop-punk-influenced style, the song, which releases as a single on Friday, December 2, was much faster and more aggressive — more like a skate-punk song from the ’90s.
“We don’t technically write a lot of fast stuff like that,” Wilcox says. “Allen and I fall more into a rock-driven, pop-punk style. When we write these songs, we definitely go back and forth on a lot of ideas and try different things.”
“Dark Hearts” follows previous singles “Eyelids” and “Fault Lines,” and Wilcox says the three songs were the best to come out of a batch of six…
John Bear 2022-11-30 13:57:00
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