Head for the Hills official music video for “Take Me Back” from the new studio album “Blue Ruin” made it’s official premier via Relix Magazine. The video was directed, shot and edited by Matt Loewen and Marc Leverette.
CMT Edge spoke with bassist and songwriter Matt Loewen about the sharp new collection, their bluegrass heroes and how living in Colorado shapes the band’s music.
Head for the Hills’ Blue Ruin effortlessly matches integrity against innovation. – CMT Edge
See the full interview here
We are honored to be selected as winners of the “Bluegrass” category in the Denver Westword Music Showcase ballot for the 4th consecutive year! Congrats to Elephant Revival, Paper Bird, Euforquestra and more on winning their respective categories. Click here to view full list.
We have partnered with our good friends at Odell Brewing Company to bring you “Head for the Hills – Colorado Amber Ale”. The special brew was served at Pickin’ on the Poudre.
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Head for the Hills has been hard at work on our third studio record since earlier this year and we’ve got some great stuff laid down! The new songs are flowing and everything is sounding amazing, but we’re far from done. To help finish and get the album in your hands as soon as possible we’re announcing the Head for the Hills Kickstarter campaign.
For your pledge of support, we’ll be offering an array of personalized and creative incentives including CDs, LPs and exclusive digital downloads, behind the scenes videos, useless doodads, one of a kind experiences, custom band-created artwork and tons more. If Kickstarter is new to you, It’s great! You can read more about it here.
It hasn’t been an easy summer here in Colorado. Wildfires and recent floods have devastated communities all over the state and our hearts go out to all the victims. The High Park fire outside of Fort Collins was one of the worst, and it hits close to home for Head for the Hills.
Partnering with artist and printer Christopher Shaw, we’ve released a limited edition, signed and numbered screen print poster with 100% proceeds benefiting the NoCo Rebuilding Network, a locally based nonprofit focused on helping people in Larimer County rebuild sustainably. Available now from www.headforthehillsmusic.com and on the road this summer at a Head for the Hills show near you, pick one up today!
To get your poster today, click HERE
For more information on the NoCo Rebuilding Network and how you can help, click HERE
We are deeply honored to be selected as winners of the 2012 Denver Westword Music Showcase in the “Bluegrass” category. A huge thanks goes out to all you wonderful people for the votes & the love, for 3 consecutive years.