The Electric Hearts’ sound is a blend of 60s and 70s rock, pop and psychedelia with a touch of modern indie rock. The Electric Hearts are a Nashville, TN-based indie rock group. After releasing their first record (s/t, 2011) the band has spent the last year and a half building their name across the Southeast. During that time they have supported acts such as the Alabama Shakes, Gary Clark, Jr., Reignwolf, and The Sheepdogs. Several of their songs have also been featured in television shows. “The Life and Death of Fritz Pepper,” the newest release from the group (out June 21st), features six songs that bring to mind a blending of 60s and 70s rock, pop, and psychedelia with a touch of modern indie rock. Grammy Award-winner Mitch Dane teamed up with The Electric Hearts to mix the EP and multi-Grammy Award-winner Richard Dodd handled the mastering.