“We’re really happy with the response we’ve had to our music video so far. We’ve had some great reviews and feedback. Most importantly, we’re humbled that people genuinely have enjoyed and connected with our music” (Birthday Card via Facebook Messenger). Then again, with this much reception this soon, who wouldn’t be “humbled” by 100+ shares and counting. Their next plans are to push to make the cut for British festivals and BBC platforms.
For all the new fans that liked Heartstops, don’t worry there’s more. “We’ve recorded more singles that we’re going to release”, hopefully sooner than later.
I’m absolutely shocked with the difference between Love Affair and Heartstops. and honestly I wasn’t that big of a fan of the first single…. Love Affair is great; the vocals are louder and more pronounced, and the video is less chaotic and has a better plot to it. In fact, the video is weirdly funny, but I still don’t get why some bands like to have one of their band members fall in love with a mannequin.