The Raveonettes “Heart of Stone” takes the Danes’ customary ethereal, ghostly vocal harmonies and layers them over an echoey, twangy guitar line reminiscent of a western movie. It’s a sad song, but a fascinating one; intertwined vocals and a rhythm it’s easy to lose yourself in wrap you up from the first listen. “Heart of Stone” is like an endless highway, a black-and-white detective film – vaguely sinister but mostly transfixing.
The song’s music video is as dark, mysterious, and ornate as the song itself, with imagery akin to that dreamed up by Tim Burton – an animated Rube Goldberg machine of heartbreak. Watch it below, and catch "Heart of Stone" in our latest (and best, if I do say so myself) PMACAST.