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The Heard Theorem

The Heard Theorem

Punk / College Rock / Singer-Punkwriter Austin, TX  US


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  • Dylan Disaster (Artist)
    Dylan Disaster
    Thanks for listening, I really appreciate the comment! I'm sing and play guitar in a punk band called Buried Cities, check it out!
  • KerosintinI (Artist)
    Very cool songs! Love the guitars :)
  • The Lost Will Follow (Artist)
    The Lost Will Follow
    Awesome songs. Great energy! Keep up the good work!
  • the johnnie squizzercrow experiment (Artist)
    the johnnie squizzercrow experiment
    bouncy fun, love the devo glasses!
  • Mo Bic (Artist)
    Mo Bic
    Heyyyy.. Cool stuff - like me, https://www.facebook.com/mobicmusic Thx.. The Album "MEIN BLICKWINKEL" now obtainable at Amazon and Musicload . You will find the link on my homepage. http://mobic-music.com Good luck with your music... Mo Bic


  • 2015

    Jul 10

    Saratoga Springs, NY, US | 8:00pm
  • 2014

    Sep 27

    Austin, TX, US | 10:00pm

    PayPal payment for tickets are accepted through theheardtheorem@gmail.com. Tickets will be held at ticket booth at Outside Stage.

  • 2014

    Jun 22

    Austin, TX, US | 4:00pm
  • 2014

    Jan 9

    Austin, TX, US | 9:00pm
  • 2013

    Oct 6

    Austin, TX, US | 4:00pm



Sounds Like: The Killers, Against Me!, THE GASLIGHT ANTHEM, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Interpol

Label: Independent

Manager: Eric Heard

Bio: The Heard Theorem is an original band from Austin, Texas whose music is a blend of singer/songwriter, punk, post/punk, 90's college rock and indie rock.

The lineup consists of Eric Heard (Vocals, Guitar), Dave Dagger (Lead Guitar), Chris Molinar (Bass) and John Paul (Drums, Vocals).

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“nice! the distorted guitar and acoustic guitar opening this song is very interesting. i think the stringed instruments make a nice palette for the drums to work with here. its sort of like they got as dirty as they could while holding the guitars back with overdrive intead of distortion. very crunchy, but clear. im a fan of this kind of tone. the vocals fit this song very well, they could be a tad louder. i like the effects on the background vocals, they're nicely stated and tasteful. the lyrics themselves here has a good message of not getting caught up in the little things. very nice rock song, very well done and nicely balanced. great work”

— ReverbNation Crowd Review