The Tibbs Debuts ‘Damaged Heart’ Video

Courtesy: Record Kicks

Music collective The Tibbs debuted the video for its latest single this week. The band debuted the video for its new single ‘Damaged Heart‘ Friday. The song is the lead single from the band’s forthcoming sophomore album Another Shot Fired, which is scheduled for release Nov. 20 through Record Kicks.

The video features the band at work in the studio recording the song and other works that are featured in the group’s new record. The musical arrangement featured in the song is a throwback to the R&B sounds of the 1960s and 70s with its horns, funky guitar rhythms and drums. Roxanne Hartog’s vocal delivery here adds to that sense, too.

The lyrical content centers on the familiar topic of romantic relationships, according to a statement from the band.

“’Damaged Heart’ is about the uncertainty that one might bring from past experiences into a new relationship and the fear of not being able to give oneself completely,” the statement reads. “The bright spot being the openness with which this uncertainty is raised. Altogether, Damaged Heart could – despite the irreparable harm that is suggested is in the title – very well be interpreted as a love song …”

Another Shot Fired was recorded at Electric Monkey Studios in Amsterdam during the pandemic.  The album was produced by Paul Willemsen (Lefties Soul Connection, Michelle David & The Gospel Sessions).

The TIbbs debuted a teaser trailer Sept. 8 for the album, that takes audiences behind the scenes in the album’s creation.  It also gives listeners a brief taste of what is to come in the group’s sophomore album.

Pre-orders for Another Shot Fired are open.

More information on The Tibbs’ new album is available along with all of the group’s news at:



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