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OLDE SOULS – “Hope Is Where The Heart Is” video

OLDE SOULS
Belgian sad punk rockers from OLDE SOULS have joined the ranks of Bearded Punk Records. The band will be releasing a 3 song debut EP early this December. The first single ‘Hope Is Where The Heart Is’ is now up now for your listening pleasure.

Olde Souls are four people that met by coincidence. A trusted old recipe with a fresh twist, brought about by the dynamic of a new friendship.

Their blend of americana melodies and punk rock punch is both soothing and uplifting. The autobiographical lyrics deal with failure and regret, are often of a melancholic quality but always exhibit a thirst for being alive.

Olde Souls’ punk rock deliverance has a raw honesty to it and is firmly rooted in classic rock, comparable to such acts as: The Replacements, The Hold Steady, Hot Water Music or The Gaslight Anthem.

Hope is where the heart is’ is a song off of Olde Souls’ first untitled EP that was released right before the summer of this year. The song is about finding hope through playing music or going to shows and the friendship that comes along with that.

“Let’s fill our lungs with all the air this room has left. And we’ll sing louder.”

Lyrics:

“Switch the power on. Bring me soothing sounds and good vibrations.
When it gets quiet my mind goes wild and travels ugly places.

The kids are not alright. They’ve never been.
But it’s still better than trying to fit in.
And we’re out of step but we’ll be in sync when the drums roll in.
And the beat begins.

The top of our lungs will never be high enough.
But our brother’s arms are tight enough to lift us up.

We’ve got amps. We’ve got guitars.
Wounded hearts and battle scars.
And we’ve fought wars inside ourselves.
We’ll turn them into battle hymns.

The top of our lungs will never be high enough.
But our brother’s arms are tight enough to lift us up.
And we’ve found something that resembles love just enough to give us hope.
We’ve found something that resembles love. Just enough.

Let’s fill our lungs with all the air this room has left.
We’ll sing louder.”

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