Heart Like War - Last Night (New Song)

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It’s here, the first new song from Heart Like War from their upcoming “Thoughts On This” Ep due out December 6th. Check out the brand new song, “Last Night”, below this post. Recommended for fans of New Found Glory, MXPX, Sum 41, Slick Shoes, Simple Plan, and Blink-182. Pre-order on CD right here.

Super proud to unveil the brand new Ep “Thoughts On This” by Southern California based pop-punk act – Heart Like War. The Ep will see a release on December 6th through Indie Vision Music. Check out a teaser below and preorder the CD right here from us. This ep will be available through all digital networks and streaming sites December 6th! RIYL: MXPX, Slick Shoes, New Found Glory, Sum 41, and Blink-182.

Thoughts on This is about gathering up the pieces of our lives, getting up to move on from a broken place. It picks up where Start Over left off and is meant to bring coping and hope to those who may be healing from a difficult life situation. When it’s cold and dark, turn up the lights and let’s make some noise, before we run out of time.


1. Fake Friends
2. From Here On Out
3. Last Night
4. Best Shot
5. Of Your Story
6. This Isn’t Going To End Well

Band Bio:

Heart Like War is an energetic three-piece pop punk band from Los Angeles, California. The band recorded their debut EP The Battle Begins (2009) and first album Party Propaganda Machine (2012) at Monkey Trench Studios in Bremerton, WA with Mike Herrera (MxPx). Heart Like War’s full-length record, Fired Up (2016), was recorded in Orange County, CA. Heart Like War released a 5-song EP titled Start Over in 2018 with lyrics focused on a mental health awareness message campaign. In 2019 Heart Like War will release a Thoughts On This, a 6 song EP in partnership with Indie Vision Music to pick up from where Start Over left off. The band is currently signed to Sunlight Records, a record label in Japan where they tour regularly and will return in December of 2019.

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Phil metalhed
Phil metalhed
November 25, 2019 7:37 pm

Cool, but how do we get da first 2 albums?

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