Spare Parts For Broken Hearts is the quintessential punk band you’ve been missing out on. The band shares their story in the new single “Big Win,” released August 2nd. With super catchy guitar riffs, their music leaves you tangled in emotion as Sarah Green, the band’s front woman, creates resonating chord structures inventive in punk style as well as passion. Like many artists, Green finally sees her darkness as strengths, in that she’s found a safe emotional outlet in songwriting.
When you listen to “Big Win,” listeners are able to sympathize with the band’s dark misery. Their moniker cleverly says it all. The powerhouse 3-piece act is destined to stitch up their broken hearts and find spare parts.
Technically impeccable and stunning, Green’s musicality unexpectedly takes twists and turns causing the audience to experience a wild frenzy. Her lyrics act as cliffhangers, leaving you wondering what actually happened to her, while the band creates messy mysteries you can never quite untangle.
Broken into pieces, their words convey the downward spiraling of the experience of a breakup. When Green sings, “They say the devil/Was once an angel/Tell me the story/From a different angle,” everyone can relate because everyone wishes to rewrite the narrative after a breakup, to see a different side of the story, perhaps to see their side.