Hold Your Heart Tooth And Nail - The ladies from the legendary band Zuby Nehty decided, Heart Out (Srdce ven)! Seven years have passed since the last album Kusy was released, and now Zuby Nehty are introducing a hearty album containing thirteen new original songs. Again, there is the unmistakable poetics, not only in the lyrics, but also in the rock beats, which knead folk melodies with a punk feeling into an original shape. Exactly what only Zuby Nehty can do.
"Some of us refused to enter the studio without a full-face mask, others without a beauty face mask," commented Marka Míková and Kateřina Jirčíková on the biggest snag caused by the "covid period" during the actual recording of the album. However, it was not without complications. Before entering the studio, there was a personnel change. "Shortly before the recording, our drummer Hanka said goodbye to us, so we needed courage to raise our heads and move on. Jana Kaplanová used to play with us and now she has brought a new wind from Podkrkonoší with an ease of her own. And she’s added a trumpet in some of the songs too."
Zuby Nehty produce songs that have their foundations in the post-punk rock years from the beginnings of the legendary Dybbuk period. But in addition, they can combine other genres, such as the alternative or folk, into a harmonious whole, and they upgrade it all with intelligent and funny lyrics. Srdce Ven is an album, as usual, composed of songs by individual members of the band and is, again, a colorful mosaic. As on the previous album, Kusy, there are thirteen songs and the new album does not lack another sequel (this time the seventh) song Paní. Bassist Jan Maxa also praises the atmosphere in Ondřej Ježek's Jámor studio: "The recording session was quite brisk, from October to December last year. We had a righteous preparation and long before that we wrote and rehearsed. Everything was ready, so in the end we invited only our inner and thus nicer guests. Pavla doesn't normally play with us live, but we are very happy that she joined us in the studio. Marvin is a great drummer and human. And Ondřej always pleasantly surprises us with what and on what he adds to our recordings."