HEAD – Original Band from Vancouver, Canada

Thank you Reverbnation

Pretty sic, on Reverbnation, HEAD is #1 locally, #2 in the region and #8 across Canada. 170 on a global scale but when I think about that for a minute and knowing how many bands there are on Reverbnation across the world … I’m okay with that!

Old Records South Korea releases Dear Father

From Old Records Facebook page.

We’re now in South Korea


21 hrs · 

캐나다 벤쿠버 출신 5인조 혼성 얼터네이티브,아트 록 밴드! 「HEAD」 두 번째 정규앨범 ‘Dear Father’ 국내 음원 스트리밍 사이트에서 공개가 시작되었습니다!

관객 한명 한명에게 속삭이듯 유혹하는듯한 목소리,날카로운 현악기 사운드와 다양함,어두운 베이스의 리듬 그리고 음파를 통해 관중들을 최면같은 상태로 빠지게 하는 아트 록 밴드 HEAD의 ‘Dear Father’ 
9월10일(월) 정오 국내 모든 음원 스트리밍 사이트에서 발매가 시작되었습니다!

많은 성원 부탁드립니다.

「HEAD」 ‘Dear Father’

음악듣기 ⬇️ 







Before the battle!!
A 5-Year-old mixed-up, art rock band from Vancouver, Canada! “head” the second album ‘Dear Father’ has started public on the domestic music streaming site!

One of the audience is like a voice, a sharp voice, a sharp sound of sound, a dark bass, a rhythm of the dark bass, and an art rock band head-ui that makes the crowd fall in the middle of the crowd.
On September 10th (Mon) at noon domestic all the music streaming site has begun to release!

Thank you so much for your support.

「HEAD」 ‘Dear Father’

Listen to music ⬇️






Just announced

Just in…

Old Records will be distributing Dear Father in

South Korea in September.



This just in from Mike Usinger The Straight

Mike Usinger from The Straight just reviewed HEAD’s new album Dear Father.
A million thanks to him for taking the time to listen and read the story behind the songs.
What a kick ass review.
Mike Usinger Much gratitude.


#dearfather #head #headmusic #sheldonzaharko #zedproductions #Lyric #Stone #indiemusic #CreativeBC #georgiastraight #mikeusinger

Videos are coming…

Hey HEAD friends.
Our dear buddy Jim Robinson is busy working away on our new live videos. We should have them out pretty soon.
Big news is coming in September for HEAD.
Can’t wait to tell you!
Until then, keep in touch with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Video shoot

Hey HEAD friends.

We’ll be filming some live video July 14th.  We’ll be releasing videos soon…keep watching the website or find us on twitter, instagram and facebook.

Just got booked for the Railway Club in Vancouver … it’s in November, that’s how far out they are booked.  We will have other shows before that, we’ll keep you posted!

HEAD stuff

Hey HEAD army.

Thanks for stopping by.  

We don’t have a show for the next months, we’re working on some videos and will keep you posted as soon as we can …about all things HEAD. Thanks for the support.  If you haven’t  read the Dear Father story yet…HEAD to our story page now…grab a bottle of Jamesons and expect to spend an hour, sipping and digesting Alberta.  The end is near…she’ll tell you all about it.

Buy music and merch

You can now order our cd from our buy page.
Purchase our new “I HEAD” tshirt and our Dear Father cd.
Click here to buy music and merch
Thank you for your support.
Much love.

On sale now

Tickets for our show 06/01/18
Are on sale now.
Purchase them online here
Ticket link: https://www.showpass.com/abandon-paris-w-head-garrett-and-the-great-atlas/
Or contact us on our contact page and we’ll let you know how we can get them to you!
See you there.

Tom Harrison

Vancouver’s Tom Harrison had this to say about our new album Dear Father.

An alter ego is a chance to set yourself free.
A chance to create a character, a persona, that isn’t you.

Or almost isn’t you. Nonetheless, your alter ego can say or do things you normally wouldn’t. Behind the mask you are only playing a role and are ageless – just ask KISS in costume, septuagenarians they now are otherwise.

In the case of Head, the quintet is five alter egos, led by Lyric. She has the toughest job in that the group’s second  album, Dear Father,  winds up a grim story about sexual and physical abuse. She has put herself  on the line, which means that as allegorical as it might be, Lyric’s story still reads like therapy. There is some terrifying reality, sexual confusion, violence, drug and alcohol binges, revenge that is not satisfactory and no resolution that concludes facilely with a happy ending. Most of this is told in a longer, more detailed form you can access, but to which the songs only can allude. On their own, the songs, 10 with lyrics and a concluding instrumental that might serve as an overture if it was at the front,  deal mainly in subjects – sexual confusion, for example – rather than specific points in the story.

That’s OK. You don’t really need the story. It serves as an inspiration and is an outline that gives Dear Father its shape, but the songs can stand on their own. Although Lyric points out the influence of Nine Inch Nails, Dear Father is not so much industrial or electronic as it is progressive rock of the kind Genesis became later in its career. Dense with a mingling of keyboards and guitar. Accessible but still not obvious.

There is a lot going on, which means it’s busy, which, in turn, makes it hard to highlight specific songs. Road To Ruin, which starts, has the brightness and energy you’d expect while allowing Lyric to set up her tale, the title track is tuneful but not baldly catchy and basically is a pivot to the whole story as it is the most emotional track, She might be the most straightforward song of a challenging batch.