New Commute was nice enough to premiere the new video. I shot it throughout echo park and Novato. I walk a lot every day, this is what I see. The guitar on this song is a parlor guitar that was my great grandfathers. Hope you enjoy
" The money moment comes about the 2:45 mark in when Heath, standing on a craggy rock, rips through some blazing riffs before jacking the whole song towards the upper limits of rockdom, accompanied by the full L.A. Takedown band."
Robin Hilton, NPR
"the ensemble’s ( Weyes Blood ) best highlight was the lead guitarist. His nuanced handiwork shined, especially when he employed slide on a song like Something to Believe and he delicately, but sharply, finger-picked through Andromeda” Northern Transmission
“Heath has made a name as a distinguished guitarist lending his craft to the group L.A. Takedown as well as acts such as Weyes Blood and Death Valley Girls. With comparisons to John Cale’s Vintage Violence and the home-recorded obscurity of the legendary Stan Hubbs, “Remember You” has a confounding and irresistible appeal”
“this record about as bare bones as you can get...and it's cool as fuck. His voice is like an additional instrument, and works perfectly with his warm fuzzy tones, tremolo and reverb.” - Don Lorenzo, BMN Contributor
Early in 2020, Bonnie asked to play some slide on the new Death Valley Girls record, Under the Spell of Joy. The record is beautiful, full of love, and is charting hella high on the charts n stuff. chekkit