New Music Video Released March 16, 2021

Filmed at The Woman’s Club in Spokane, Washington February 28, 2021

Produced by Heat Speak
Recorded and mixed by Dario Ré at the Mystic Homestead in Spokane, Washington  
Mastered by Gus Detar at Detar Studios in Santa Barbara, California
Filmed and edited by Morgan Caldbeck of JL Tech
Written and directed by Dario Ré
Director’s assistant - Jessica Wiswell

Cast:
Bride - Alli Peterson
Groom - Phil Pintor
Bridesmaid - Caroline Bickford
Singer - Dario Ré
Uncle Donny - Chris Kelsey

Band:
Dario Ré - piano, vocals
Phil Pintor - violin
Michael Starry - upright bass
Chris Kelsey - drum kit
Caroline Bickford - cello
Tim Gales - cello

Extras:
Zack Zuniga
Jessica Wiswell

Varnished Wounds

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Released March 19, 2021

Produced by Heat Speak Recorded and mixed by Dario Ré at the Mystic Homestead in Spokane, Washington Mastered by Gus Detar at Detar Studios in Santa Barbara, California

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Lost My Religion (Make a Religion)

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Lost My Religion (Make a Religion)

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Released December 21, 2020

All new studio iteration of a Heat Speak holiday single. Written by Dario Ré; recorded and produced by Heat Speak; mixed by Dario Ré at the Mystic Homestead in Spokane, Washington; and mastered by Wilson Harwood with Elevated Productions in Nashville, Tennessee. Featuring: Dario Ré on piano, vocals, djembe, sleigh bells and finger cymbals; Phil Pintor on violin and viola; and Tim Gales on cello.

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[Their] full and eclectic mix of sounds results in a modern string quartet capable of incredible delicacy—folk, jazz manouche, Latin and other genres subtly shine through their quiet dynamic, which calls for the listener’s church-like reverence, preferably under candlelight.”

—  Spokane Coeur d’Alene Living Magazine