THE UNSACRED HEARTS
IN DEFENSE OF FORT USELESS
NYC’s The Unsacred Hearts have pulled out all the stops on the group’s latest 15-track excursion IN DEFENSE OF FORT USELESS. From the pensive acoustic dirge “Bless This Bus” to a booty shaking hipster anthem “Pink Angels on Plastic Horses” to a slew of guest musicians from the Serious Business thinktank making impressive and powerful cameos on “The Two Three Four” and “Sling Drinks at the Pink” to gritty Naked City slice of life rockers like “Whiskey in the Fridge” and “Point of Pride”, this ensemble has got all the bases covered here, leaving something for everyone that considers themselves a rock fan utterly satisfied. Stacked with hooks galore (just try and get the refrain of “Somewhere Deep in NYC” out of your head), staggeringly remarkable songwriting, and a sense of urgency that can only attributed to the band’s love of all things rock, The Unsacred Hearts will blow away any girl jean, carefully coiffed wearing “band” that they have the sheer misfortune of being lumped in with by perpetually exerting the unmistakable half hour of rock ‘n roll soul power and old time whiskey driven swagger of IN DEFENSE OF FORT USELESS.