NOVA Chats with The Lighthearts

NOVA Chats with The Lighthearts

The Lighthearts have made headway over the past couple of months appearing everywhere around the country stepping into KIIS FM for back to back interviews then a channel 10 performance and also most recently sat down with the guys at NOVA to chat about their amazing new release ‘Love Is Here To Stay’.

These guys have been travelling around the place lapping up some well deserved exposure for their poppy upbeat track and doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. Really looking forward to seeing what these guys have in store for us next.

Congratulations to all the guys & gals at The Lighthearts.


About The Lighthearts:

Love Is Here To Stay is the new single from Australian band The Lighthearts. The song is a folk-pop feel-good tune with an infectious joyful sound. Combined with soaring harmonies, optimistic lyrics and fun-packed energy Love Is Here To Stay is an irresistible dose of pure pop pleasure.

Produced by ARIA-nominated producer Stuart Stuart (Sheppard, The Veronicas) The Lighthearts’ latest track follows on from the success of their break-out hit All That I Want. As vocalist Jack says about the band’s style, ‘It’s the kind of music that makes you want to sing and dance along because it’s simple but so joyful. It’s a bit Poppy, a bit folky, a bit country-like and a whole lot of happy!’

After getting their first taste of success in 2015 when Sony crowned them winners of the Westfield Sound Search competition The Lighthearts went on to play alongside some of the most successful acts in the country including Cat Empire, Guy Sebastian, Birds of Tokyo, Ash Grunwald and The Beautiful Girls.

Love Is Here To Stay is a finely-crafted pop song that is sure to resonate with audiences everywhere.

Love Is Here To Stay is at radio today and available to download now.

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