Category: AC

Posts, Articles, and Interviews by heirwaves Founder and Editor Abigail Courtland.

“Bones” Showcases JC Stewart’s Unparalleled Ability to Ignite Deeply Relatable and Powerful Emotions

Northern Ireland native JC Stewart has released his stunningly honest new single, “Bones.” Following his June single “Have You Had Enough Wine?” JC continues to showcase his captivating, powerhouse vocals and unparalleled ability to write a beautifully raw and deeply relatable song that tears at every emotion.  “I wrote […]

Meet Suitcase Runaway: The Alternative/Folk Band Striking a Nerve in The Cleveland Music Scene

Cleveland based Alternative/Folk Band Suitcase Runaway is comprised of 4 friends with wildly different backgrounds in music coming together to take the Cleveland music scene by storm. Nick Davenport (Vocals, Lead Guitar), Geoff Webb (Bass), Luke Condrich (Drums/Percussion), and Jared Muller (Keyboard) became friends in high school and took their mutual love […]

About You: The Phenomenal Rise of FLETCHER

Fresh off the North American leg of LANY’s tour, FLETCHER releases heart-rending breakup track “About You.”   The crowd lines West 34th Street on Friday, May 17th 2019 and wraps all the way around the block before flooding into Manhattan’s famed Hammerstein Ballroom. Illuminated by a simple neon red […]

Corey Kilgannon’s New Single “Home of the Estranged” is a Narrative for Dreaming of Peace in a Broken Society

Singer/songwriter Corey Kilgannon has released his new single, “Home of the Estranged,” a wildly powerful track that narrates the inner monologue of a broken modern world dreaming of peace, unity, and acceptance. With a history of allowing his lyrics to encompass an honest vulnerably, Kilgannon’s music has often shed […]

World War Me: Greg Holden’s Introspective New Record Explores Rising Together Amidst Social & Political Chaos

Greg Holden calls from L.A just hours before he released his new record, World War Me and opens up to heirwaves about overcoming the challenges presented to him while making this record, the prevalent social and political influences, and the freedom of producing the record on his own. “It’s a very introspective record,” Holden […]