1. Tournament of Hearts is a child of the former, if not in sound than in its pulse (to say nothing of its unashamed Canadiana title). This is a calmer, more relaxed outing, with the band focusing on subtlety, finding ways to force their fire into an unassumingly quiet package.
  2. Tournament of Hearts is the third full-length album by the Constantines. It was released September 27, on the Canadian label Three Gut Records. Sub Pop released the album outside of Canada two weeks later, on October 11, In an interview with CBC Radio 3 to promote the release of Reunion Tour, John K. Samson, the singer/guitarist of The Weakerthans, claimed that the Constantines.
  3. Having wandered across our world’s vast oceans and mountains, having discussed the truths of love with saints and with swine, Toronto’s Constantines have returned with Tournament of Hearts, their third release for Sub Pop Records. Deep in manners, a band of gentlemen truly, this is not the telling after the kissing.
  4. Tournament of Hearts songs "Afrofunk with lunatic energy"-National Public Radio (1/11/09) "Chopteeth's debut CD takes the band from upbeat Swahili lyrics over a South African pulse one second ('Upendo'), to spaghetti Western-inspired instrumentals the next ('Herky Jerk').
  5. Recorded in their hometown of Toronto at Halla Studios with Jeff McMurrich (Sea Snakes, Picastro, Hidden Cameras) Tournament of Hearts is the Constantines third full-length album. It follows two critically acclaimed albums released through Three Gut Records in their native Canada and Sub Pop for the rest of the world: ’s Constantines.
  6. item 2 CONSTANTINES - Tournament of Hearts (CD, , Sub Pop) - Post Punk, Indie 1 - CONSTANTINES - Tournament of Hearts (CD, , Sub Pop) - .
  7. The Constantines, darlings of the Toronto indie scene, are at it again with the Sub Pop release Tournament of Hearts. Following their highly acclaimed Shine a Light, Bry Webb and the rest of the Cons deliver another impressive album of post/punk/rock & roll bliss/5(6).
  8. Tournament of Hearts, an Album by Constantines. Released 11 October on Sub Pop (catalog no. SPCD ; CD). Genres: Indie Rock.
  9. Constantines discography and songs: Music profile for Constantines, formed Genres: Indie Rock, Post-Hardcore. Albums include Shine a Light, The Constantines, and Tournament of Hearts.

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