Station - "All You Need Is a Heartbeat" (audio) (premiere)

by Jedd Beaudoin

8 June 2017

New York melodic hard rock outfit Station returns to classic sound on new single.
 

Melodic hard rock act Station returns with the hook-laden “All You Need Is a Heartbeat”, a song that recalls an era of refined harmonies, guitar solos you could sing along with as easily as any chorus and cannon fire drums. Though it’s become fashionable to dismiss or parody the genre, Station carries out its mission with sincerity and passion, the sense that the era that launched Honeymoon Suite and Night Ranger mattered as much as any other. It did, of course, because it kept the tradition of smart songwriting alive while keeping pace with the times.

Patrick Kearney’s impassioned vocal delivery and Chris Lane’s impeccable guitar figures are built on the same foundation partnerships such as Bon Jovi/Sambora and Schon/Perry: A singer who can reach all the appropriate emotional heights and a guitarist who can spur him on to more. If the music is built on the past, it doesn’t necessarily live there. Station’s songs speak to timeless emotions and experiences, ones that transcend hairstyles, music charts, and amp settings.

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