Reckless Kelly considers "What's Left Of My Heart"
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Reckless Kelly considers "What's Left Of My Heart"

Wednesday, July 10, 2024 – Reckless Kelly announce the release of their next single, "What's Left Of My Heart," on July 19.

This will be the second track from their upcoming album, "The Last Frontier," set for release in September.

"What's Left Of My Heart" blends raw emotion with a Stones-esqe groove. Penned by Reckless Kelly front man Willy Braun, the single regales the aftermath of love with a vulnerable yet seductive drive.

Braun said, "This song came out really fast and easy, which made me think it probably wasn't very good. Jonathan Tyler, our co-producer, liked it a lot and talked me into giving it a shot We tried to put a little bit of a Rolling Stones vibe on it, while still keeping a solid foot in the country roots. It wound up being one of my favorite tracks on the record, and I'm looking forward to seeing how the crowds react to it live."


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