The Restless Hearts are a brand new band formerly known as Hear The Sirens—a band three of the four members formed when they were mere teenagers. The quartet—Scott Goodrich, Nick Gonzalez, Paul Wiseman and Ben Hirschfield—signed to Adeline Records, with whom they will release their debut EP this summer.
"Life In Motion" from the album is a highly relatable song vocalist Scott Goodrich wrote about everyday struggles of the average person.
"At the time we were writing and recording the record I was working two jobs I slept on average about three to four hours a day the rest of the time was spent either commuting or working," Goodrich said. "It's about the everyday rhythm people have to go through to make ends meet. Real life doesn't give you breaks sometimes."
Check out the song below and tell us what you think!
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