“Sinking Ships” - An album by Strange Heart

Strange Heart Videos…

august 11th, 2019

“When I was older” Billie Eilish cover From the Tempermill

Recorded live at Tempermill Studio in Ferndale, Michigan.

Sound Engineer - Tony Hamera

Video - Nick Carter

March 3rd, 2019

“Stop The Fight” From the living room

We decided to put on a little rock show in the living room. Special thanks to Dave Lamarand and Corey Boland for the visuals, and Dilan Wade for running sound!

Jan. 20th, 2019

Strange Heart’s emotional New video for “I Can’t Control the Wind”…

One year ago today, Josh lost his sister Eily, to leukemia. Three weeks later he lost his sister Erica to cancer as well. It was a very difficult time, and a couple of months later he wrote a song about grieving. We went into the studio together and made this recording. Today we dedicate this to Eily, Erica, and everyone who's struggled coping with the loss of a loved one.

Strange Heart In The Media…

Nov. 16th, 2018

Strange Heart’s Appearance On Music Town Detroit

“Strange Heart isn't afraid to incorporate emotion into their music.

In fact, all of the members of the new four-piece outfit has found it both necessary and therapeutic.

The group, which formed just about a year ago after lead singer Joshua Clemons and guitarist BryceCarrol-Coe both returned to Detroit from the west coast. Each of them came back to the Motor City under very different circumstances, but they had one major thing in common…” (watch the video here)

Nov. 28th, 2018

Strange Heart Hip In Detroit Interview…

“Josh Clemens and Bryce Carroll-Coe are two Michigan natives that returned home from the West Coast amidst huge life altering changes. Bryce had recently received a heart transplant and had a new lease on life. Josh was about to deal with the loss of two sisters to cancer. Both of these situations are bound to change your outlook on life and are unimaginable for most…” (watch the interview here)

Nov. 26th, 2018

Strange heart on the detroit songwriter dispatch podcast…

Click here to listen while Strange Heart shares their remarkable story…

Nov. 14th, 2018

“Sinking Ships” Album Review…

“There's a certain kind of pop-rock that always sounds like its in flight. It could be as intense and angular as a jet making stunt-like maneuvers or as tender as an autumn leaf in the breeze. Local quartet Strange Heart usually evoke a gliding sense of the former, but the vocals and lyrics particularly infuse their lithe and layered jams with arena-rock-sized emotional import. On their new album, Sinking Ships, the energy of the arrangements is definitely intent on raising vessels and travelers back up above the waterline and possibly ascending them even further, restoring oxygen, launching back towards warming and healing sunrays and eventually carrying them back to shore…” (read more here)