Heather Rose In Clover
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Heather Rose In Clover

Providence, Rhode Island, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2016 | SELF

Providence, Rhode Island, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2016
Band Alternative Rock




"MEDIUM Premiere: Heather Rose In Clover Embrace Powerpop With Canyons"

It’s always intriguing when bands take sounds from decades ago and put their own spin on them. Providence, Rhode Island alt-rock trio Heather Rose In Clover have a knack for doing that with ’90s influenced material. What makes it a bit different is their incorporation of harmony and upbeat rhythms. It’s as if Sleater-Kinney and Belly’s music from that time period melded with ’70s powerpop like Cheap Trick and Big Star. All of this is best exemplified in their debut full-length Canyons that’s being premiered on Medium today... - Medium - Rob Duguay

"Heather Rose In Clover – Canyons"

The debut single, “Go Back To Ohio,” just blew me away. The “crashed my city, trashed my heart” lyrics are just fire. The pause and then boom and the intro almost has a Ramones borrowed from Cheap Trick thunder. “Gasoline” is another kiss-off rocker, and I’m a sucker for lyrics like “no better day than today.” I think my go-to jam off this record is “Satellites,” a freewheeling rocker with a folk singer’s heart... it's as good of a narrative as Springsteen with a passion that is their own. Most of the tunes have an acoustic base and just go where they go... Canyons is like a Restaurant Week meal where it serves up a full course. - Marc Clarkin - Motif Magazine

"Six Picks Local Show of the Week: The best in Local Music this Week (March 29-April 4)"

The new album Canyons, is raw and beautiful, and demands your full attention. - Ken Abrams - What's Up Rhode Island

"Heather Rose in Clover - "Satellites""

Providence's Heather Rose in Clover are basically tailor made for us here at If It's Too Loud... Their latest single, "Satellites," openly flaunts its 90's influences. "Satellite" is packed with mid-90's alternative power pop, and I'm hearing similarities to bands like Fuzzy, Velocity Girl, and Belly all over this song. It's filled with swirling, slightly distorted guitars and some insanely catchy hooks. - If It's Too Loud

"How Heather Rose Got To Clover"

Hello Heather, what an honor to catch up with you! Your music roster is long and impressive... Heather Rose in Clover is described as ‘high energy indie sound from the alternative rock of the 90s.’ Seems you drive a lot of inspiration from that era. ...Your songs are personal but full of energy, songs like ‘Go Back to Ohio’ , ‘My City, My Skyline’ , ‘Satellites’ and ‘Thunder My Brother’ all share a real part of you. - PVDlive - Chrissy Stewart

"The Roots Report: Look What's Going Down"

Heather Rose is one of RI’s most enduring performers. She has been part of the music scene for more than 20 years as a solo artist and in various band incarnations... This disc gives the best representation of Heather’s vocal prowess and dynamic range, as well as her songwriting and talent for complex arrangements. “My City, My Skyline,” ...is the recording’s stand-out track and in my opinion, one of Heather’s finest songs. She expresses her music in a power pop style that in a roundabout way reminds of Matthew Sweet’s music. It is an extremely well done and very listenable CD. - John Fuzek - Motif Magazine


Heather Rose In Clover - Canyons (2019)



Heather Rose In Clover

Heather Rose In Clover use the sharp end of their broken hearts to sculpt 90’s rock into polished, alterna-post-punk-pop. This high-energy trio from Providence will give you all the feels and show you how views on love, heartache, loss, and hope can be altered by self-reflection and experience. Motif Magazine describes Canyons, their debut album, as, “…a Restaurant Week meal where it serves up a full course... as good of a narrative as Springsteen with a passion that is their own."

Rhode Island Natives Lisa Middleton & Heather Rose teamed up with New Jersey's Chris Alvarado to become the creative force of Heather Rose In Clover. These multi-instrumentalists combine their talents to create a fresh mix of rich musical styles while ignoring genre boundaries, but never misplacing their rock 'n' roll roots. Together they have built a new musical structure atop the pop rock foundation Heather Rose solidified throughout her extensive music career! HRIC are a high energy trio who get their indie sound from the alternative rock of the '90's. Sometimes grunge. Sometimes pop. Sometimes both and then some.

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