Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

Beagle Brothers Put Lots of Heart into 'Hearts Go By'

Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

Beagle Brothers Put Lots of Heart into 'Hearts Go By'

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The Beagle Brothers, aka the "Architects of the Bloomfield Sound," will celebrate the release of their fourth album, "Hearts Go By," on Friday at Howlers, 4509 Liberty Ave., Bloomfield.

The homegrown alt-country band spent a year recording this one, which it considers to be "a celebration of change, embracing the inevitability that nothing good lasts forever, and nothing bad is permanent - a reflection on relationships both new and old."

The Beagles tackle marriage, divorce, childbirth and other life-changing events with skipping honky-tonk beats, catchy hooks, twangy harmonies and the warmth of pedal steel guitar. "This isn't country" will be said by nobody.

"This album was born out of change, in more ways than one," says guitarist Read Connolly. "Not just personal changes in our lives but also a change in style and instrumentation. …

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