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After recording two albums for the celebrated independent label Sub Pop Records, the Seattle-based alternative folk band the Head and the Heart moved up to the majors, signing a deal with Warner Bros. The group's Warner debut, 2016's Signs of Light, was recorded after the members took a well-deserved break from the road, with several of them pursuing new interests. Keyboard player Kenny Hensley studied martial arts and learned to pilot airplanes, while bassist Chris Zasche communed with nature in the Canadian Rockies, and percussionist Tyler Williams worked with musicians in Richmond, Virginia. When the Head and the Heart regrouped to begin recording Signs of Light, the musicians brought new experiences and ideas with them, and the result is an album that finds the band expanding on the musical boundaries of their trademark sound.