Literally, the band has made it’s way from England and now has gained some international attention with their self-titled debut release. They were widely accepted in their homeland, but now they are being played all over the U.S. With good reason, they are leaving their mark with everyone that gets the chance to listen to their music. Matthew Healy, the lead vocalist and guitarist, is the leading force behind this well put together group of musicians and his soulful/smooth voice will melt your heart like “Chocolate.” “Chocolate” is actually the single that is the most played song off of their album, but the whole album is pretty solid.
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Even though their promotional single “Heart Out” didn’t have the popularity of “Chocolate,” at least they were able to establish a good base of fans in the states.
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