Left Brain Heart
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Left Brain Heart

Chicago, Illinois, United States | SELF

Chicago, Illinois, United States | SELF
Band Rock Alternative


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"Chi-Tunes: Local Bands To Know"

Left Brain Heart
Chicago rockers Left Brain Heart answered our Chi-Tunes questionnaire. Do the same and your band could appear in RedEye and Metromix!

Listen: “Mississippi Nights 2”

What makes your live show great?

It is insanely loud and bold, but remarkably melodic.

Describe your sound in five words or less.

Led Zeppelin V? - MetroMix Chicago - Red Eye

"Re: Thanks!"

You guys were definitely one of the best opening bands I have ever seen. Thanks for taking the time to talk with me after your set and after the show in Kearney. I was the only one on the floor for most of your set.

By the way, I bought both discs, and Im not disappointed. They are awesome, just like your set was. I will definitely come to another show, hopefully in the near future! - Local H Message Board

"Left Brain Heart!"

Very grunge but very good. Check it out.
- last.fm MusicMovesMe414

"Left Brain Heart in Redondo Beach, CA"

When not joking about recent championship victories of the Chicago Blackhawks and Los Angeles Lakers; the band was tearing up songs like “Going” and “Wonderland..." - concertconfessions.com


Sweetie Pie The Tornado (2008)
Wasteland/Wonderland (2010)



We are the kids of a tossed around generation here in Chicago. We’ve been in bands, we’ve toured with Local H, we’ve grown up under the white Midwest sky, we’ve been in school, we’ve slept on the El, we’ve howled at the moon later than we were supposed too, and when we washed up we realized that we were in a band called Left Brain Heart.

In the years bouncing around the clubs, we’ve gathered a great group of collaborators and conspirators, for instance we released our first CD together in 2008; “Sweetie Pie the Tornado,” that was produced by Scott Lucas of Local H and Andy Gerber of Million Yen Studios (Cheap Trick, Smoking Popes, The Tossers, Local H). Recently, we went in a more progressive direction for 2010's "Wasteland/Wonderland" also guided through the magical hands/powers of Andy Gerber.